Natural Family Planning

In Coherence with God’s Design


Tired of being on the pill?

Need to avoid or postpone pregnancy?

Want to improve your relationship with God and your spouse?


Throughout modern technology and charting, fertile times are easily identified and proven to be 96-98% effective in multiple world-wide studies.

Can Be Used For

  • Health Monitoring
  • Fertility Awareness
  • Identifying Causes of Infertility
  • Family Planning


Modern Natural family planning (NFP) methods teaches you how to recognize when you are fertile without drugs that cause annoying side effects, have medical risks, and suppress your fertility.  No hormones or waste are in your body or the earth.  You avoid pregnancy naturally, according to your cycles, since women naturally are not fertile all the time.


NaProTECHNOLOGY® (NaPro) and Sympto-thermal methods are over 96% use-effective at avoiding pregnancy* (the pill is 91% use-effective**).


NFP is NOT the outdated rhythm method that relies on simple and ineffective calendar calculations that only work for women with regular cycles. Even women with irregular cycles successfully can use NFP and NaPro to avoid or delay pregnancy when a couple discerns a serious reason to do so. PMS, Polycystic Ovary Syndrome, endometriosis, and other health problems can be identified and treated through NFP’s fertility monitoring.


NFP and NaPro can also help achieve pregnancy for women struggling with infertility by identifying hormone deficiencies and precise fertile windows.
Tepeyac offers several Fertility Awareness Methods of NFP, including the Creighton Model FertilityCare™ System, the Billings Ovulation Method™, the Marquette Model, and the Sympto-Thermal Method.


Additionally, Tepeyac’s Therese Rodriguez, RN, BSN, CFCP, is now scheduling appointments with women who are interested in learning about the Creighton Model. Ms. Rodriguez can be reached by calling 703-273-9440 or by emailing Ms. Rodriguez is available to provide an introductory session of the Creighton Model to church and community groups.



The training is available through Tepeyac OB/GYN

in Fairfax, VA. Call 703-273-9440.

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