Natural, ecologically sound healthcare, fertility for women, couples April 23

An introduction to the ecologically sound, non-hormonal Creighton Model FertilityCare System (CrMS) will be held on Tuesday, April 23 at 7 p.m. at the Culver beach lodge, 819 E Lake Shore Drive in Culver. The public is welcome and refreshments will be provided for this free event.

This highly-effective, all-natural and scientific system not only allows couples to know when they are naturally fertile or infertile, but it also telegraphs abnormalities in a woman’s health allowing her physician to identify and treat health issues such as: infertility, recurrent miscarriage, endometriosis, irregular periods, pelvic pain, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), post-partum depression (PPD), perimenopausal symptoms, ovarian cysts, and Polycystic Ovarian Disease (PCOD).

As a method of family planning, the CrMS is 99.5 percent successful in avoiding pregnancy.

On the other hand, when couples of normal fertility use the system in order to achieve pregnancy, 76 percent will become pregnant in the first cycle, and 98 percent by the sixth cycle. And for those experiencing infertility, the CrMS offers new hope and impressive success rates. When combined with NaProTechnology, a new women’s health science that works cooperatively with the procreative and gynecologic systems, it is nearly three times more successful than In Vitro Fertilization, resulting in up to 80 percent of couples conceiving within the first year.

Women of all ages seeking alternatives to the Pill and other hormonal contraceptives for medical or family planning purposes need look no further. A woman who charts with the CrMS will not only be empowered with knowledge of how her body works, but she will also be an active participant in monitoring and maintaining her own procreative and gynecologic health.

This one-hour session will be presented by Suzy Younger, FertilityCare Practitioner and Manager of Saint Joseph FertilityCare Center (part of Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center’s Physician Network). For more information, please contact or 574- 335-6474.