7. It is a diagnostic tool – It helps identify and treat gynecological and reproductive disorders.
Often, when NFP is mentioned as a family planning option, most people tend to believe that these natural systems are only used by people who are working to either avoid or achieve a pregnancy. In reality, natural family planning may also be practiced by women who have known and/or unknown gynecological or reproductive disorders. There are doctors who are trained specifically to address underlying conditions that can be addressed most effectively if the woman/couple has been charting her fertility cycle, such as: repetitive miscarriage, endometriosis, polycystic ovarian disease, premenstrual syndrome, postpartum depression, and many others. Male infertility/subfertility may also be addressed while the couple works with a trained NFP physician.
NaproTechnology – www.naprotechnology.com
Infertility Video – http://www.fertilitycare.org/view-videos/
Effectiveness Summary NaProTechnology vs Artificial Reproductive Technologies –http://www.popepaulvi.com/PDF/NaPro-vs-ART.pdf
Treating Disorders. Natural Womanhood https://naturalwomanhood.org/learn/treating-disorders/
Vigil, Pilar; Blackwell, Leonard F.; Cortés, Manuel E., ‘The Importance of Fertility Awareness in the Assessment of a Woman’s Health’, The Linacre Quarterly, Volume 79, Issue no.4, 2012, pp. 426-450(25). http://www.woombinternational.org/science-of-fertility/the-importance-of-fertility-awareness-in-the-assessment-of-a-womans-health.html
Using the Billings Ovulation Method to Safeguard Your Reproductive Health. Billings LIFE. http://billings.life/en/safeguarding-reproductive-health13/using-the-billings-ovulation-method-to-safeguard-reproductive-health.html