Websites for Natural Family Planning and related topics
Billings ovulation Method
This is the first NFP organisation. It was developed in Australia in the 1950’s by Dr Evelyn and Dr John Billings, a married couple, both medical doctors. The focus is on recognising the changes in the cervical mucus.
The Natural Family Planning Teachers Association www.nfpta.org.uk
This organisation started in 1984, by Dr John Kelly who worked with his colleague Dr Anna Flynn, in Birmingham. The Sympto- thermal method is taught which uses 4 indices of Fertility in the Female Cycle. The website gives good information and on line tuition is available.
The Couple to Couple League in GB www.cclgb.org.uk
As the name indicates, couples teach couples. It originated in America and the Sympto thermal method is taught.
Fertility Care Centres Great Britain https://fccgb.org.uk
Within the website information is a map to show locations for teaching support. Many teachers also give online tuition. Couples with difficulty conceiving can be referred on for medical support via IIRRM
Natural Fertility Support in UK www.fiatfertilitycare.co.uk
This organisation is a member of fccgb
Wholly Natural Fertility
This is also a member of fccgb with knowledgeable practitioners who can assist clients wanting to understand the natural cycle or are having difficulties with achieving a pregnancy.
This is originally an American organisation. To find a UK based Marquette instructor, contact email@example.com
This organisation runs a programme for teenagers helping them with relationships, moral values and understanding their fertility.
My Fertility Matter
An organisation for children at senior level in Primary school introducing them to the changes that will take place in their bodies as the go through puberty. Run in small groups, minimum of 5 children.
International Institute for Restorative Reproductive Medicine
There are centres for RRM in many countries in Europe but at present it is not always easy to access this medical treatment in the UK. More information is on the website. This organisation is particularly helpful for couples wishing to achieve a pregnancy and would prefer a method in harmony with the natural female cycle rather than a more technological approach. Online support available.
Saint Pope Paul VI Institute
This is a centre based in Nabraska USA and is a world leader on Natural Fertility Research . Under the directorship of Dr Thomas Hilgers.
European organisations for Natural Fertility .
Links to other European organisations – follow website / member countries/ click on map for required country.
European Institute for Family Life Education
Institute Europeen d’Education Familiale
These are the same organisation. Globally there are five ‘umbrella’ organisations and this is the European branch. It was founded in 1992 in Grenoble, France and Dr Anna Flynn, from Birmingham, was a founder member.
Neofertility.ie is a member of EIFLE, and is an organisation based in Ireland where medical assistance is available for reproductive support.