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For some married couples, doing the right thing includes using Natural Family Planning (NFP), which is a perfectly legitimate form of regulating the arrival of children should there be sufficient need.
Natural Family Planning is experiencing a revival thanks to new techniques that transform traditional NFP and make the method extremely reliable.
The compulsory parenting classes, for example, lecture on natural family planning methods but do not provide aids to natural family planning nor information on modern contraceptive methods.
Bishops worried that natural family planning would serve as a gateway practice to other forms of banned birth control, and so discouraged priests from endorsing this method too publicly.
Natural family planning: Natural family planning helps women recognise the fertile and infertile times of their menstrual cycles to plan or avoid a pregnancy.
NATURAL family planning can be as effective as other methods in preventing pregnancy when the person using it has been properly trained and is sensible in its use.
1988) or those who use natural family planning methods not widely used (Dunson et al.
Agency for International Development's Office of Population and Reproductive Health, calls this claim "a total fabrication" that raised unfounded doubts about the efficacy of natural family planning (NFP) methods and oral contraceptives.