Natural family planning, also called the fertility-awareness method or rhythm method, take into account a woman's menstrual cycle so that sex can be avoided or alternate methods of birth control can be used on days when the woman is most fertile (Greenberg, 2013). Facts used in the rhythm method include the fact that the egg only survives for about one day and sperm can stay alive for about six days inside of a woman (Greenberg, 2013).
Pros and Cons of Natural Family Planning (The Creighton Model
Pros and Cons of Natural Family Planning. Pills, the shot, implants, IUDs. I’m sure most women of child-bearing age have heard of or used at least one of these methods of birth control. The Creighton Method is what we are talking about here today!
Everything you need to know about Natural Family Planning
Free chart printable! There is a family planning method that is safe, easy to use, essentially free, causes no changes to your body, and is acceptable to most (maybe all) faith groups. If you're not familiar with Natural Family Planning, you need to learn more.
Why I Choose Natural Family Planning/Fertility Awareness