MILWAUKEE (CNS) -- Researchers at Marquette University's Institute for Natural Family Planning are recruiting couples interested in preventing pregnancy naturally for a study involving two Web-based methods of natural family planning.
The study, which is funded by a $595,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, will compare two methods of natural family planning.
The "high-tech" Marquette Model of natural family planning uses the ClearBlue Easy fertility monitor to estimate the beginning and end of the time of fertility in a woman's menstrual cycle, while the "low-tech" method monitors cervical mucus as the sole biological indicator of fertility.
For more information about the study, go to www.marquette.edu/nursing/FederalResearchStudy.shtml.
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