Natural Family Planning

by Cathy Parkes January 10, 2022

Natural family planning methods involve avoiding intercourse during fertile periods by tracking the patient's menstrual cycle, or assessing the basal body temperature or cervical mucus consistency daily.

Natural family planning methods involve avoiding intercourse (or using an alternative method of birth control) during fertile periods by tracking the patient's menstrual cycle, or assessing the basal body temperature or cervical mucus consistency daily.

This method does not provide protection from STIs!



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