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National Infertility Awareness Week: April 22-28, 2018

Did you know 1 in 6 couples has trouble conceiving a child?

For a couple having trouble conceiving a child, it can be challenging to maintain hope. Often a couple has pursued multiple paths to resolution with no success. This struggle can be even more difficult for couples searching for an effective treatment that is congruent with their morals and values. 

If someone is struggling with infertility, it is important to remember that infertility is not a diagnosis. Rather, it is a symptom of an underlying condition or cause—often one that can be treated. This hopeful perspective stands in stark contrast to the symptomatic approach taken by traditional healthcare—an approach that aims to achieve conception without addressing the root cause of the infertility.

That’s where Hope comes in.

Hope Woman’s Clinic takes a unique approach that focuses on identifying and correcting the root causes of infertility.

Our Approach to Infertility: the Creighton Model and NaProTECHNOLOGY

The Creighton Model FertilityCare™ System is a standardized observation and charting of biological markers that uncover key information regarding a woman’s health and fertility. These biomarkers reveal any health abnormalities that may be present, allowing a woman to unravel the mysteries of her cycle so that she might become an active participant in her care.

Natural Procreative Technology, also called NaProTECHNOLOGY, or NaPro, is an advanced reproductive science that works cooperatively with the woman’s cycle. NaPro utilizes the information gathered from the Creighton Model chart to diagnose and treat all underlying causes of infertility.

NaPro is different than other approaches because its ultimate goal is the restoration of health to the couple, while respecting the new life that may result. NaPro identifies what is not working and fixes it so that conception and pregnancy can occur inside the body through natural intercourse. Mainstream infertility treatments bypass the problem and attempt to make a baby in vitro, outside the body. Many of the issues (cost, side effects, ethical concerns) raised by Assisted Reproductive Technology are not a problem with NaPro.

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