Learning Natural Fertility

If you would like to manage your fertility naturally, we strongly recommend that you enrol in one of the reputable courses offered by the agencies listed below. While it is simple to use and apply, in order for you to feel confident and supported as you start out it is necessary to access the excellent services offered for this purpose.

 

Billings Ovulation Method (BOM)

Creighton Model FertilityCare System

Sympto-Thermal Method

 

Other Natural Fertility Methods & Support Sites

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  • Natural Fertility methods: here
  • Avoiding Pregnancy – Confidently: here
  • Achieving Pregnancy – Naturally: here
  • Intentional Intercourse: here
  • A Vision for Life and Love: here
  • The Language of Love: here
  • Natural Method Effectiveness: here
  • Learning Natural Fertility – Links: here
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Francine & Byron Pirola
Francine & Byron Pirola are the founders and principal authors of the SmartLoving series. They are passionate about living Catholic marriage to the full and helping couples reach their marital potential. They have been married since 1988 and have five children. Their articles may be reproduced for non commercial purposes with appropriate acknowledgement and back links.

3 Comments

  1. Elie June 5, 2016 at 2:03 pm - Reply

    Thanks for the info.
    Do you have more info on the Sympto-Theram Method, how effective is it compared to the others?
    Has anyone used a device for that, like daysy (https://www.usa.daysy.me/) or cleerblue(coudn’t find the address)?
    It would be helpful if anyone could chime in.
    And thanks again.

    • Francine & Byron Pirola
      Francine & Byron Pirola June 5, 2016 at 8:21 pm - Reply

      Sympto-Thermal Method is highly effective and comparable to Billings or Creighton.
      The Daysy device is basically a thermoter that interfaces with an app to track your readings. A temperature rise only tells you that ovulation has occurred – it can’t tell you if ovulation is approaching. My guess is that Daysy uses cycle history to predict when the fertile period is likely to begin (possibly the Doering Method) – this can be quite effective for women with regular cycles – it’s inadequate for those with big variation in cycle length.

  2. mortgagecrow.com June 30, 2015 at 4:54 pm - Reply

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