Natural procreative technology and, more generally , restorative reproductive medicine, is an integrated and systematic approach to infertility.
It is based on a detailed study of events that occur during ovulation and throughout the menstrual cycle.
Abnormalities of the reproductive cycle are identified and corrected to the extent possible.
Patients receive thorough education about their fertility and are taught to monitor biomarkers of their own fertility cycles. In the process, they become equal partners in their own evaluation and treatment.
From Stanford et al J Am Board Fam Med 2008;21:375–384, modified

A Naprotechnology approach (more generally, restaurative reproductive medicine) to the infertile couple has the followin goals:
1. It works towards finding the underlying causes of the reproductive abnormality.
2. It allows for the treatment of these underlying causes.
3. It assists the couple in achieving pregnancy while maintaining the natural acts of procreation.
4. If the treatment program is unsuccessful, research into the unknown causes is undertaken.
5. If medically unsuccessful, the program will assist with successful family building by being supportive of adoption.
From T. Hilgers, The Naprotechnology revolution;, page 233.

Bleedings and menstruations

Chart, vaginal discharges

Delayed conception, miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy


Psychological Disorders

Symptoms of premenstrual syndrome

Various clinical signs