We’ve been trying to get pregnant for over 12 months with no success. Can you help?
Yes! The system can help couples successfully achieve a pregnancy with infertility and other reproductive problems. With the use of the Creighton Model FertilityCare™ System (CrMS), studies have shown that 20 to 40%* of couples with infertility can successfully achieve a pregnancy over the period of 6 to 12 months while working with a FertilityCare™ Practitioner. When combined with NaProTECHNOLOGY®, the CrMS has resulted in success rates of up to 80% depending on the underlying medical condition.
If medical treatment is necessary, your practitioner can help you find and work with a NaProTECHNOLOGY® medical consultant, a medical doctor who has been specially trained in the CrMS and who can diagnose and treat subfertility and infertility based upon the medically significant biological observations which couples are recording using the Creighton Model FertilityCare™ System.
*Variation is due to different rates of success based on the underlying reason for subfertility.
What is subfertility? What makes that different from infertility?
Subfertility is the more accurate description used with the CrMS to describe the state of affairs in which there are conditions whose causes are either known or unknown which are impeding the normal fertility of the couple. Subfertility is distinguished from infertility in the CrMS. Infertility (i.e. sterility), strictly speaking, is the incapacity to conceive because of the absence of the necessary organs to achieve a pregnancy, e.g. the lack of ovaries and/or the uterus (woman) or the complete lack of sperm (man).
Is Caritas FertilityCare™ a Fertility Clinic?
Many women have conceived using our methods even after repeated and failed attempts at IVF and other Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ARTs). This is because our methods focus upon understanding and treating the specific underlying causes of infertility as well as the underlying causes of miscarriage.