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Ask Yourself . . .
Ask yourself the following questions and if the answer to any of these questions is "Yes!" then you should seriously consider learning the Creighton Model FertilityCare™ System.
Do you want to know more about how your menstrual cycle works?
Are you tired of taking birth control pills, using condoms, using gels or diaphragms?
Are you looking for something to manage your fertility that is entirely natural?
Are you tired of having the birth control pill recommended for the treatment of nearly every woman's health problem?
Are you interested in a family planning system that also allows you to monitor and maintain your health?
Are you looking for a family planning system that is completely safe and has no medical side effects?
Are you looking for a family planning method where surveys have shown a high level of couple satisfaction?
Are you looking for a solution to a reproductive problem? Infertility? Miscarriage? Stillbirth? Prematurity?
Are you looking for a solution to premenstrual syndrome? Recurrent Ovarian Cysts? Abnormal bleeding?
Would you like a family planning system that actually helps bond your marriage? Where both the man and the woman work together?
Are you looking for a system of family planning that is morally acceptable to you and your spouse?
If your answer was "YES!" to any of the above questions,
then you should seriously consider contacting
the Natural FertilityCare™ Center.
FertilityCare™ Centers of America (FCCA) is an international, non-profit organization, which was established for the primary purpose of promoting the services of the Creighton Model FertilityCare System and the new reproductive medical and surgical science of NaProTECHNOLOGY in the United States and Canada.
The American Academy of FertilityCare Professionals was founded in 1981 to foster, advance, and promote the Creighton Model FertilityCareSystem through service, education, leadership, and research. The Academy was known as the American Academy of Natural Family Planning until 2001.
Expecting and don't know where to begin? Circle ME is a helpful resource. They provide cloth diapers, slings and other natural family resources. They also provide helpful classes and a place to gather and discuss topics pertaining to birth, nursing, natural family and more.