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Women struggling with infertility, premenstrual syndrome, hormonal dysfunction, endometriosis, polycystic ovaries, postpartum depression, preterm birth, and other women's health conditions can experience true healing through the new women's health science of NaPro Technology which provides patients with a diagnosis of what is causing their infertility and treatments which are generally more successful than in vitro fertilization.
Couples rely on the Creighton Model FertilityCare System of fertility tracking to achieve or avoid pregnancy. It is 96.8 - 99.5 percent effective when used to avoid pregnancy. When used to achieve pregnancy, 76 percent of couples with normal fertility become pregnant in the first cycle and 98 percent become pregnant by the sixth cycle. The Creighton Model is healthy, natural, and always fosters life!
Doctors and healthcare professionals in communities throughout the United States have received training from the Pope Paul VI Institute to deliver the pro-life women's healthcare found in the Creighton Model FertilityCare System and NaPro Technology. Our Education Programs emphasize a diseased based approach to determine the causes of gynecologic and reproductive health conditions that cause pain and infertility. Our approaches never use destructive contraceptives, in vitro fertilization, sterilization, or abortion.
Clergy can now provide pastoral guidance to help couples suffering from infertility. Through learning about the institute's developments in women's healthcare, clergy can confidently direct couples to solutions that are completely consistent with the Church's teachings. With the Creighton Model FertilityCare System, they can also offer moral solutions to couples seeking to achieve and to avoid pregnancy.
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Pope Paul VI Institute
6901 Mercy Rd.
Omaha, NE 68106
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