Billings method


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Billings method

n
(Gynaecology & Obstetrics) a natural method of birth control that involves examining the colour and viscosity of the cervical mucus to discover when ovulation is occurring. Also called: ovulation method or mucus method
[C20: devised by Drs John and Evelyn Billings in the 1960s]
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study on the Billings Ovulation Method, which focuses on cervical changes, and which was found to have a 1 percent pregnancy rate if used correctly The Creighton Model, or NaproTechnology, described as a standardized modification of the Billings method, was found to have a 99.
Lastly as the media has been attacking the teaching authority of the Pope, particularly with respect to his enunciation of the teachings on human sexuality, WOOMB Canada offers its support and prayers to the Holy Father, assuring him of their fidelity to the Church's teaching on human sexuality, and a renewed commitment to helping people live these teachings through promoting and teaching the Billings Method of Natural Family Planning.
THERE is a cheaper way of using the same principles of sperm selection - the Billings Method, also known as "natural contraception".