Fertility Awareness Based Methods Creighton Model FertilityCare System
Creighton Model FertilityCare System
While there are several different natural methods available, the Creighton Model FertilityCare System is a system that allows you to:
learn about your fertility
monitor and evaluate your health.
This System is used to:
observe biological markers to indicate days of fertility and infertility both before and after ovulation;
either avoid or achieve a pregnancy.
Also, contrary to what some may think, the Creighton Model FertilityCare System is not the Rhythm Method of old, which has been proven unreliable.
There are several advantages to this System.
It is medically safe, inexpensive
Respects natural fertility
Easy to learn
Tailored to the user no matter what kind of cycles are experienced.
It is a System that can be used by any woman, from the beginning of menses and ending with menopause.
As for effectiveness, the Creighton Model FertilityCare System has a method effectiveness (perfect use) of 99.5% and a use effectiveness (typical use) of 96.8% when used to avoid a pregnancy. This rivals all of the artificial methods currently available on the market. This System is also highly effective when used to achieve pregnancy.
Learning the Creighton Model begins with an Introductory Session that will give a general presentation of the system's scientific foundation, methodology, and an overview of charting observations. This presentation takes approximately an hour and leaves time for questions. Should you want to continue and learn the System, you will then attend follow-up sessions where the actual teaching of the method takes place. Follow-ups are important so you can quickly gain confidence in using the system. As long as there aren't any physical issues that present during follow-ups, there will be 8 follow-up sessions over the course of a year, with the first four being every two weeks after the Introductory Session, the fifth occurring a month after the fourth follow-up, and 6, 7, and 8 occurring three months apart. Otherwise, follow-ups would be more frequently.