• Handy zeigt die Zykluskurve in der trackle App an.
  • Cycle curve legend

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  • A red dot in brackets means that a fault has been entered for this value in the trackle app. This value is not included in the calculation.

  • The dashed line, also known as the auxiliary line, is used for a better overview. The 6 values before the first higher measurement are considered. The auxiliary line is at the level of the highest temperature of these 6 values. The third higher measurement (marked with the triangle see below) must be 0.2 °C above the auxiliary line.

  • In the symptothermal method, the triangles are the first 3 (possibly 4) higher readings compared to the 6 previous readings. The three triangles are entered as soon as the temperature elevation has been determined. The third "triangle" must be 0.2 °C above the auxiliary line (see above).

  • The indication (H, 1, 2, 3) is located above some cervical mucus indications. This describes the cervical mucus evaluation. Once the cervical mucus peak has been determined, the corresponding days are marked with (H, 1, 2, 3). H: Best quality cervical mucus.


    1: Lower quality cervical mucus than H

    2: Lower quality cervical mucus than H

    3: Lower quality cervical mucus than H

    H, 1, 2, 3 together make the cervical mucus peak.


    You can find more information about cervical mucus here.

  • Eingetragene Blutung im Kalender.

    The red marking of the individual days in the cycle view shows the entered bleeding. The weaker the bleeding, the smaller the respective red box.

  • fruchtbarer Tag im Kalender

    A dark green marking of a day indicates a fertile day.

  • ermittelter Eisprung im Kalender

    A dark yellow marking of a day in the cycle view marks the detected ovulation.

  • unfruchtbarer tag im Kalender

    A white/grey marking on a day indicates an infertile day.

You can find more information about the symptothermal method and the evaluation here.