Billings LIFE is still open to assist you. For couples wishing to achieve or avoid pregnancy, contact us at www.fertilitypinpoint.com.
Saturday 9th and Sunday 10th November, St Marys, NSW. For anyone interested in women's health. Attendance at this course will enable participants to give information on the Billings Ovulation Method® to women and couples who wish to conceive as well as those wishing to use a natural method to avoid pregnancy. RACGP Category 1 ALM - 40 points (Women's Health).
Published in Human Reproduction this is a reinterpretation of earlier findings by Professor Emeritus James Boyer Brown.
Published in the African Journal of Reproductive Health,the objective of the study was to test the hypothesis that gender can be preselected by timing coitus in relation to ovulation, the marker of ovulation being the Peak symptom according to the Billings Method.
From the Herald Sun this article tells the story of one couple's experience of The Billings Method.
Published in Australian Doctor this article includes a section on How to Treat and a Quiz for doctors.
The Billings Ovulation Method® is not just for women who are trying to conceive or for those who are wanting to avoid pregnancy. It is knowledge that every woman ought to have. Why? Because it can help you to safeguard your reproductive health.
Changes in your cervical mucus are an accurate reflection of what is going on with your reproductive hormones. The chart you keep will be an accurate record of these hormonal events. Over 50 years of research and hormonal assays confirm this.
El Método de la Ovulación Billings™ tiene mucho éxito ayudando a las parejas a lograr el embarazo de forma natural, incluso a aquellas que pensaron que eran infértiles o que han tenido intentos fallidos con la FIV (fecundación in vitro). Al saber identificar tu momento fértil y la Cúspide de fertilidad se optimizan las oportunidades de concebir. Un estudio de 5 años del Método de la Ovulación Billings™ con parejas que querían embarazarse mostró una tasa de embarazos del 78%, y 65 % en parejas subfértiles.