LINCOLN (SNR) - The FertilityCare Center of the Diocese of Lincoln will hold the first ever “Single Ladies Introductory Session” Nov. 28 at 7 p.m. in the John XXIII Diocesan Center, Lincoln.
Two highly trained practitioners, Marilyn Klein, CFCP, and Teresa Poss, FCPI, will present the special session.
During the evening participants will learn how to chart with the Creighton Model FertilityCare System, with particular emphasis on reproductive and gynecological health. Creighton Model supports reproductive health and respects that fertility is a gift, and a reality of how God designed the woman’s body. There are none of the harmful side effects caused by contraception.
The Creighton Model FertilityCare System, developed by Dr. Thomas Hilgers, is well known for its efficacy in family planning in addition to many applications with regards to women’s healthcare (known as NaProTechnology). Creighton practitioners are trained to identify and refer for biological markers which can indicate several issues such as low progesterone, PMS, ovarian cysts, endometriosis, pelvic pain, irregular cycles, and many more.
The FertilityCare System is well suited for women at any stage of the fertility spectrum who are seeking to better understand their reproductive health. Although many doctors commonly prescribe birth control to treat a myriad of women’s health issues, birth control just covers up the underlying issue. Charting with the Creighton Model is an important first step in identifying what may be ‘normal’ versus ‘abnormal’ in a woman’s cycle and for those who are hoping to address underlying issues and get to the bottom of their health issues.
All single women are encouraged to attend. Drinks and light snacks will be provided. A non-refundable $25 fee is charged to attend this special event. Preregistration is required at https://lincolndiocese.regfox.com/single-women-intro.
The evening is planned to be both informative and fun. It is a time for those who may be curious or interested in learning more about the Creighton Model, but feel a little awkward coming to a regularly scheduled introductory session before being engaged.
The “single ladies” session will not fulfill the diocesan marriage preparation requirement.
Information for all introductory sessions can be found on the diocesan website at www.lincolndiocese.org/NFP.