Fertility Awareness Methods

The Sympto-Thermal Method (STM) uses changes in cervical mucus combined with basal body temperature and other symptoms of ovulation to determine the fertile and infertile phases of a woman's cycle. STM can be used with irregular or regular cycles, and throughout the various stages of a woman's life: avoiding / planning / spacing pregnancies, breastfeeding, post-hormonal contraceptive use right through to the perimenopause time

For more information and the option of tuition via zoom contact
Mikaela Shay
E: mikaela@naturalfertilityservices.com.au
T: 0414 088 302
The Billings Ovulation Method involves observing and tracking changes in cervical mucus to chart a cycle, pinpoint ovulation and monitor the luteal phase. The Billings Ovulation Method is suitable at all stages including postpartum/breastfeeding, irregular cycles and perimenopause.

For more information and the option of face-to-face tuition (in Canberra) contact
Joanne Widdup
E: billingslife.joanne@gmail.com
T: 0414 165 848
The Marquette Method uses two main indicators to determine fertility: cervical mucus observations and urinary hormone measurements. One or both signs are tracked based on user preference, and then combined with a simple protocol to determine the fertile window.

For more information contact
Sean Beecher
E: Beechah1@gmail.com
T: 0427 653 838
Creighton Model System (CrMs), is based on knowledge of the naturally occurring phases of a woman’s fertility and infertility and can be easily combined with a medical treatment program, NaPro Technology, to help a couple reach a full procreative health.

To find out more or arrange a consultation please contact
Dr Macrina Ige
E: mianuvicare@aol.com
T: 0474 728 868