Natural Family Planning
NFP, or Natural Family Planning, is fertility awareness—reading a woman’s body signs to know when she is fertile and when she is infertile. Couples can use this fertility awareness to help achieve pregnancy or to postpone pregnancy. When this method is learned and practiced correctly, it is over 99% effective in postponing pregnancy. Unlike contraception, Natural Family Planning respects the dignity of both spouses and enhances marriages. There are different methods of Natural Family Planning including the Sympto-thermal method, the Billings Ovulation Method, and the Creighton Model. For more information about different methods of NFP visit One More Soul.
CREIGHTON MODEL FertilityCare SYSTEM
The CREIGHTON MODEL FertilityCare System (CrMS) is available to women who want to understand their menstrual and fertility cycles. With a few minutes of daily observations and the NaProTRACKING of certain “biomarkers”, the CrMS provides a woman a greater insight into the function of her body. Married couples can use this system to naturally plan their families and strenghten their relationships. Using days of fertility to achieve pregnancy and days of infertility to avoid preganancy, the CrMS is a safe and healthy alternative that honors the dignity of life and love. We also serve couples having problems with infertility and women at risk for reproductive health issues. Based on 30 years of scientific research and faithful to Pope Paul VI’s encyclical Humanae Vitae, the CrMS is not only highly reliable but also morally acceptable.
For more information, please visit: www.stellamarisfertilitycare.com
To schedule an Introductory Session, please contact Marianne Dyogi, CFCP at (714) 803-4775 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Couple to Couple League offers courses in the Sympto-thermal method. The course is a three-part class series with the classes spaced about a month apart. These classes include instruction on how to read, record, and interpret a woman’s signs of fertility, as well as a brief introduction to the Theology of the Body.