natural family planning

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1 percent each.The rest of the natural family planning methods had less than 0.
family planning funding because of their "religious or conscientious commitment" to exclusively offer natural family planning methods, this clause is balanced by the rights and needs of clients seeking health services and information.
The natural family planning method of abstinence and the withdrawal or rhythm method seemed to be also common (about 30 percent across all age categories).
News reports described this speculative potential for "multiple ovulations" as if they had actually occurred and questioned the efficacy of natural family planning methods requiring accurate estimates of the days when a woman is fertile.
In the case of the Bolivian study, where natural family planning methods were preferred by the majority of the women, the researchers recommended that providers educate clients to use these methods effectively rather than trying to convince them to use other methods.
are requesting that any aid program that we may embark upon in any foreign land include information and services which relate to and support natural family planning methods."
"Family planning" means the process of establishing objectives for the number and spacing of a family's children, and selecting the means (including natural family planning methods, adoption, infertility services and general reproductive health care, abstinence and contraception) by which those objectives may be achieved.
And almost one in five had become pregnant while taking contraceptives or using natural family planning methods.
(5) Martha Kempner, "Natural Family Planning Methods Can Work, but They Take a Big Commitment," Rewire, Jan.
De Leon noted that the only 'family planning methods available now are condoms, ligation for women and vasectomy for men plus the approved natural family planning methods.'
Catholic leaders have opposed the bill because church teaching allows only natural family planning methods, and they say sex education should be from parents to children.
To adhere to the new order of the Provincial Head, I order you to stop providing all artificial contraceptives (oral pills, DMPA, IUD, ligation, vasectomy, and condom) except natural family planning methods. This order shall take effect starting today until it is changed or voided.
Could you please clarify the Church's position on using natural family planning methods to avoid pregnancies and therefore, raising a family altogether.
In the case of the Bolivian study, where natural family planning methods were the preference of the majority of the women, the researchers recommended that providers educate clients to use these methods effectively rather than trying to convince them to use other methods.