Restorative procreative medicine
The prevailing view in procreative medicine nowadays is that infertility treatment should end with the birth of a healthy baby and that the efficient use of medical procedures should not cause any iatrogenic problems.
Restorative procreative medicine, which also includes Naprotechnology, can fulfil these requirements. This method allows marital infertility to be identified and treated through:
- observation of the menstrual cycle,
- comprehensive diagnosis of the woman and man,
- modern surgical and non-surgical treatment.
The cornerstone of this method is thorough observation of biomarkers (fertile mucus, bleeding, or any other vaginal discharges) during the menstrual cycle.
For this purpose the Creighton Model System (a modification of the standard Billings method) is used. Observations taken under the supervision of a Creighton system instructor are analysed and interpreted by a specialist doctor. Taking into account other diagnostic methods, for example hormonal diagnostics of the menstrual cycle, ultrasound examinations or sperm tests, the specialist formulates a treatment plan tailored to every couple, which may include highly specialised gynaecological surgery, if necessary. It also takes advantage of up-to-date knowledge in the areas of endocrinology, allergology, immunology, gastroenterology, genetics, metabolic disorders and dietetics.