Infertility

Creighton Model FertilityCare™System is an important first step for couples experiencing infertility issues.
 

What is Infertility?

 
Infertility is defined medically as the inability for a man and woman to become pregnant after one year of “trying” without use of contraceptives or barriers. If the couple uses Creighton Model FertilityCare™System to time intercourse to the fertile time of the cycle, infertility can be diagnosed after six months of not achieving a pregnancy.

emily-joshInfertility effects 1 out of 5 in our country. The Creighton Model FertilityCare™System is based on the standardized and objective monitoring of normal and naturally occurring biological markers. This system allows couples to learn and share the decisions regarding their fertility. It is a shared experience that helps couples understand how their fertility works together. Through this method the couple will also be able to provide valuable information to their physician, should medical assistance become advisable.

Understanding your fertility enables you to become partners with your physician in treatment choices and decisions. With the help of Creighton Model Medical Consultants, NaProTECHNOLOGY and treatments can be chosen for each couple. They will look at cycle length, post and pre peak lengths in the cycle, pre-menstrual spotting, unusual bleeding, PMS, and many other situations, all this can be identified by looking at the charting of biological markers that the couple has recorded and different treatments and options can be tried. With the help of the practitioner couples are empowered with knowledge about their fertility and infertility and can become an active participant in the treatment of infertility.

 
 
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Northland Family Programs
A FertilityCare™ Center
407 East Third Street
Duluth, MN 55805
(218) 786-2378
(800) 842-0279
KathyFCP@hotmail.com

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