MADISON -- FertilityCare Centers of America, Inc. (FCCA) has designated March 22 to 28 as Worldwide FertilityCare Week.
FCCA is a non-profit organization that has been established to promote the Creighton Model FertilityCare System and the new reproductive science of NaPro Technology.
The centers affiliated with FCCA provide professional instruction in the Creighton Model FertilityCare System.
The Creighton Model teaches what every couple needs to know and what every woman has a right to know about their fertility. It provides a natural system for planning and avoiding pregnancy that views children as gifts and assists couples to mutually value, respect, and understand their combined fertility.
The FertilityCare system is 99 percent effective to avoid pregnancy and offers couples who are experiencing infertility the hope of achieving their dream of pregnancy without artificial reproductive technologies.
NaPro Technology is a newly emerging science that has its roots in the Creighton Model. The standardized tracking of a woman's signs of fertility and infertility assist to identify indicators of physiological and hormonal problems. When these are confirmed by their healthcare practitioner, treatments can be prescribed that are founded in an understanding of what is actually occurring in the woman's cycle.
For more information, contact Maureen Duhn, 608-798-1136, or visit www.creightonmodel.com or www.fertilitycare.org