In order to be treated using NaProTECHNOLOGY, a woman will be required to learn to chart her menstrual cycle using the Creighton Model FertilityCare™ System (CrMS).
The Creighton Model System is a standardized method of charting a woman’s menstrual cycle where she is taught to track her cervical mucus discharge and bleeding patterns.
Many women with healthy reproductive systems learn to chart using the Creighton model to help them achieve a pregnancy
and/or to avoid a pregnancy when necessary.
Over 30 years research has been done on the CrMS at the St. Paul VI Institute in Omaha, NE. CrMS is the basis for NaProTECHNOLOGY.
Achieve or avoid pregnancy with a safe and clinically proven alternative to hormonal birth control and IVF.
Monitor and maintain your gynecologic health. Shared responsibility for fertility regulation between spouses.
Uncover the root cause of female gynecological health issues, many of which can be effectively addressed using NaProTECHNOLOGY
The Creighton Model FertilityCare™ System (CrMS) offers an empowering approach to women's reproductive health that is safe from side effects, is life-affirming, cost-effective and clinically proven. CrMS is the foundation of NaProTECHNOLOGY.
Lecture by Dr. Theresa Hilger's teaching about the biomarkers used to interpret the Creighton Model charts. Do your patients have irregular menstrual cycles, Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome, recurrent miscarriages, premenstrual spotting, tail-end brown bleeding, or are they having trouble getting pregnant? If so, NaProTECHNOLOGY can help you help them. For more information text Sharon Best, PA-C at 561-578-1433.
1. Length of menstrual cycle
2. Pre-Peak phase
3. Post-Peak phase
4. Mucus cycle scoring
5. Unusual Bleeding
Dr. Gavin Puthoff, MD from the Veritas Fertility and Surgery Center in St. Louis, MO explains the Creighton Model System in very simple terms.
Marise Frangie OFS, CFCP FCPE faculty at the St. Paul VI Institute and owner of the Cedar of Lebanon FertilityCare™ Center tells about the series "Women Healed"
Marise Frangie interviews Leah, who was born with "Uterus Didelphys" (a double uterus). Leah shares her struggles with recurrent miscarriages, which ultimately led her to becoming a CrMS Practitioner.
Dr. Sri brilliantly summarizes JPII's encyclical "Love and Responsibility" and his subsequent teachings from "Theology of the Body" to explain to couples the difference between "authentic love" (a deep and sacrificial love directed towards the whole person) and a more superficial love limited to physical expression. During the CrMS program through SPICE, couples are taught to recognize the difference between actions that express "authentic love" (ie: sexual contact) from actions that express physical love (ie: genital contact). Click on the image of the book to be routed to Amazon where it may be purchased if you are interested.
Make an Appointment with Sharon Best, PA-C for NaPro Gynecological & Infertility Services.