Sheryl Schwager, FCPI
Creighton Model FertilityCare System: Empowering women and couples to value, respect, and understand fertility.
Looking for a safe, holistic, and effective family planning method? Want to identify and treat the root cause of infertility? Tired of being told the pill is the only solution for your health issue? Interested in learning how to increase communication in your marriage? Learn how you can chart your cycle and what the Creighton Model FertilityCare System has to offer.
What is the Creighton Model FertilityCare System?
The foundation of the Creighton Model FertilityCare System is the ability to value, respect and understand fertility. It accepts fertility as a normal healthy process which is a precious gift to be treasured, respected, and understood.
The Creighton Model FertilityCare System relies upon the observation of biological markers that are essential to human fertility and a woman’s health. These biological markers tell the couple when they are naturally fertile and not fertile. Once learned, the Creighton Model is a powerful family planning and health monitoring tool for a woman’s entire reproductive life. The system has a 96.8% degree of effectiveness to avoid pregnancy and a very high degree of accuracy in achieving pregnancy.
Through NaProTechnology, a new reproductive science that works cooperatively with the procreative and gynecologic systems, Medical Consultants can assist women with infertility, repeated miscarriages, PMS, ovarian cysts, menopause and a variety of reproductive issues. The standardized charting provides a tool to identify indicators of problems. When these are identified, treatments can be prescribed that are founded in an understanding of what is actually occurring in the woman’s cycle.
As a FertilityCare Practitioner Intern, Sheryl Schwager teaches women and couples the Creighton Model FertilityCare System while under the supervision of a certified FertilityCare Educator. Contact Sheryl to learn more about the Creighton Model FertilityCare System for achieving and avoiding pregnancy and managing procreative wellness.
Sheryl Schwager, FCPI