Infertility

Artificial reproductive technologies are now considered the only option for couples with reproductive and gynecological health problems and concerns. Physicians have stopped looking for the causes of the conditions and treatment is aimed only at the treatment of symptoms. 

The Pope Paul VI Institute networks a natural system of fertility regulation – the Creighton Model FertilityCare™ System (CrMS) – with a women’s health science – NaProTechnology. These provide effective, morally acceptable and sexually healthy options for women and couples, enabling couples to reconnect love and life in fertility regulation, reproductive and gynecological health.

CrMS is a natural fertility tracking system that generates standardized information about women’s reproductive health and enables couples to achieve or avoid pregnancy effectively. Learn more about CrMS.

NaProTechnology is an emerging science of women’s healthcare that approaches procreative and gynecological health problems in a way that is completely cooperative with the menstrual and fertility cycles and in a way that is morally acceptable to people of all faiths. Learn more about NaProTechnology. 

The Pope Paul VI Institute is a 14,000-square-foot, international research, education medical and service center in Omaha. The Institute is dedicated to continuing its founding mission to build a culture of life in women’s health care throughout the world.