Natural Procreative Technology (NaProTech) uses a woman’s biological markers to identify both healthy and diseased aspects of a woman’s reproductive physiology.
Developed at Creighton University in Omaha by a team of reproductive specialists, NaProTech cooperates with a woman’s menstrual and fertility cycles to restore the body’s natural ability to conceive.
Unlike other methods of assisted reproduction - which can mask or ignore underlying health issues - NaProTech uses information about a woman’s health to identify the cause, or factors contributing to, fertility difficulties. With the knowledge gained and the problem identified, appropriate action can be taken to correct the situation.
Clinical studies show NaProTech to have a success rate of up to 80-85%.
In the Diocese of Oakland, contact Dr Mary Davenport, MD, FACOG
Phone: (510) 222-2098
Fax: (510) 222-7107
For the nearest medical consultant outside the Bay Area, look here: NaProTECHNOLOGY Medical Consultants - California
"IVF vs. NaProTech"
Creighton / NaProTechnology
FertilityCare Centers of America
Infertility - NaProTechnology
"Good Medicine" (2011)
"The State of Naprotechnology" (2011)
"Catholic Couples Use Faith and Science in Their Struggle to Overcome Infertility" (2009)
"Test-Tube Baby Report Will Scare Parents Off IVF" (2009)
Fertility Treatment is Hugely Successful but Largely Ignored by Medicine (2008)