In the last thirty years new medical technologies have been developed that challenge mainstream medicine’s approach to relying on hormonal contraception to try to regulate women’s reproductive health problems. These technologies are proving to be superior in dealing with the underlying problems of women’s reproductive health.
Women’s Reproductive Healthcare Network: FertilityCare.org
NaProTechnology (Natural Procreative Technology): a new women’s health science that monitors a woman’s reproductive and gynecological health, which provides medical and surgical treatments that cooperate with the reproductive system. Thirty years of scientific research in the study of the normal and abnormal states of the menstrual and fertility cycles have unraveled their mysteries.
Pope Paul VI Institute for the Study of Human Reproduction (founded in 1985) has developed a new approach to women’s health care that embodies the best principles of medicine and offers superior treatments to women, challenging mainstream medicine, which relies on contraception, in vitro fertilization, and abortion.