The Real Deal on “Natural” Birth Control

Militare, Jessica
February 2016
Glamour;Feb2016, Vol. 114 Issue 2, p95
The article offers tips which can be considered by women for natural birth control. Topics discussed include the consideration of the symptothermal method (STM) as one common types of old-fashioned rhythm method (FAM), the suggestion by fertility-awareness educator Sarah Bly about the benefits of being in tune with the body, and the 99 % success rate of charting the body information.


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