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My fertility journey

Everyone’s experience with NFP is unique. Women and couples seek it out for so many different reasons and usually stay with it for...

MTHFR...Wait, What?

In this new age of technology and DNA testing which allows us to find out where our ancestors came from and even medical history...

Failing to Reach Your Goals?

Last week Natalie discussed New Year's Resolutions and how the busyness of life keeps many of us from doing the things we need to do to...

New Year, New You?

Here we meet again friends, three days into the New Year of 2023. So how are your New Year’s resolutions holding up? If you are a...

How Far is Too Far? - When Avoiding

We're avoiding pregnancy. How far is too far during fertility? This is a pretty common question that I get. Essentially, the question is...

All the Single Ladies

Queue Beyonce... Maybe you've heard about charting before, or maybe you've thought "oh, learning about my cycles before I'm married...

Women’s Health Truth Bomb

If you have been living in the state of Michigan for the last few months, the phrase “women’s health” has become a trigger word for many...

Why Me (Miscarriage)

The Lord giveth and He taketh away. Ah, how that hurts right now!! Why can’t that just be about summer to winter or sunrise to sunset....

Supporting a Friend after a Miscarriage

We've discussed healing after a miscarriage, husbands' perspectives on infertility and loss, early miscarriages, and pregnancy after a...

The Deal With Progesterone, Part II

In an earlier post, we discussed what progesterone is and why’s it’s important throughout your cycle. Symptoms of progesterone...

Pregnant! What next?

What can you expect when you achieve a pregnancy while using Creighton Model? First, contact your practitioner! As part of our education...

The Creighton Model Has Changed My Life

I want to start this post by saying, this is no way to bash other methods of Natural Family Planning. I am simply relating to you all...

Observational Challenges Postpartum

Having a new baby is simultaneously exciting and exhausting. Charting postpartum can have its challenges. How can you fit in observations...

Genetics and Fertility

In recent years the MTHFR (pardon my language) gene mutation has gotten a lot of notoriety in the fertility world. It turns out that...

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