Empowering Women // Strengthening Families


What Is Natural Family Planning?

Natural Family Planning is a general term that refers to several natural methods for determining fertility. NFPAWARE teaches seminars on the medical, scientific, and moral reasons behind NFP. These seminars on not specific to any method. NFPAWARE also teaches the Billings Ovulation Method™ to individuals and couples wishing to use natural means to manage their fertility.

Over 60 Years of Scientific Research

The Billings Ovulation Method™ has been researched for over 60 years, and is supported by data from over 1,000,000 medical tests, with hundreds of articles published in prestigious medical journals. It has been validated by eminent international scientists.

99.5% Effective in Independent Trials

Used by millions of women worldwide, Billings has been verified as extremely effective by the World Health Organization. It is 99.5% effective in preventing pregnancy regardless of stage, regularity, or conditions of a woman’s fertile life. It is also highly effective at helping couples achieve pregnancy, even those who thought they were infertile.

An All Natural Way to Manage Fertility

Because Billings is natural, there are no side effects or risks like those associated with pharmaceutical contraceptives. But Billings still boasts a higher success rate than most pharmaceutical contraceptive methods. Billings works by identifying the natural signals of fertility, and can be used either to become pregnant or avoid pregnancy.

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