Natural Family Planning

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Natural Family Planning

For those parents choosing the natural way of fertility. Experiences, questions, support, tips, advice and more...

Website: http://www.mybestbirth.com/group/nfp
Members: 74
Latest Activity: Dec 5, 2012

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NFP while breastfeeding?

Started by Stephanie. Last reply by Geneva B Apr 1, 2011. 3 Replies

Question about fertile mucus and ovulation

Started by EmilyK. Last reply by Rene' Dierking Feb 6, 2010. 3 Replies

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Comment by Malvina Kiperman on December 5, 2012 at 9:39pm

Some people actually asked me if I was serious about taking a prenatal course, just wanted to share my opinion on this topic, please feel free to comment :)

http://startwithmom.com/blog/?p=103

Comment by Malvina Kiperman on November 27, 2012 at 10:57pm

My 9 month old Emma has really sensitive skin and had consistent diaper rashes since birth.  I have tried using many different products, and they usually have taken several days for the rash to go away.  Yesterday I tried this diaper rash cream that I had found at the Baby show, and honestly, her diaper rash went away within a day! I am so amazed that I just wanted to share this product and this amazing story behind the lady who had invented it.  http://www.startwithmom.com/article-baby-butz-cream

Comment by Carmen Malcolm on November 16, 2011 at 10:17am

Hi ladies! I am new to the group! I am a natural birth and parenting blogger and I need some NATURAL mama followers. It seems that everyone who follows is not exactly my target audience.

I am also planning to do a series of POSITIVE natural birth stories to show women how awesome childbirth really can be!  If you would like to share your story please let me know!

Thank you so much!

http://carmen-mommytalk.blogspot.com/

Comment by Jenny on October 13, 2011 at 1:53pm
Hello all! I see nobody has posted in a while. Hope we can get this thing going again! My husband and I have been TTC for 2 years, although, I through out my BC almost 7 years ago :( Of course, my OB wants to start Clomid before doing any kind of testing. I even ovulate every month, so Clomid just doesn't make sense. At first, I was all about fertility drugs, even IVF. But I try my best to live a natural lifestyle, and that just doesn't fit. I want to be a momma more than anything, and I'm willing to try anything, but I want it to be done naturally. Any tips would be greatly appreciated!
Comment by Jen Aliano on November 17, 2010 at 1:48am
If you are trying to get pregnant, here is a great giveaway to check out! Learn to Cook For Your Fertility - With this Great CookBook & Instructional DVD! http://www.naturalbabypros.com/learn-cook-your-fertility-great-cook...
Comment by Bonnie P on July 1, 2010 at 12:55pm
Right now I am following the seven standards of ecological breastfeeding, but since my daughter turned 8 weeks a few days ago, I also want to start charting. Does anyone know of any charts I can download that are specific to postpartum amenorrhea? I've got a copy of a regular chart, but it has the "day of cycle" at the top which doesn't apply to me right now.
Comment by Amy O'Meara on February 27, 2010 at 2:38pm
I encourage women to read Ericka's blog on Ecological breastfeeding as a form of NFP. My daughter is 11 months old and I am still enjoying ammenoreah thanks to following " the seven standards of Ecological breastfeeding." My daughter and I are also enjoying a relationship of mutual trust and closeness as a result.
Comment by Cherylyn on February 18, 2010 at 7:17am
Thank you Olivia!
Comment by Olivia Miller on February 10, 2010 at 8:42pm
Cherylyn, yes, I have made my own menstrual pads in the past. The pattern I used was for a fabric envelope and rectangular flannel insert, but I found just using the flannel inserts as pads was what I preferred (it was less to deal with, and flannel is so comfortable--except when it's hot!) To make the inserts, cut a strip of flannel however wide you would like the pad to be long (for instance, 8"). For thick pads, cut the (8") strip to make long rectangles (maybe 28"). For thin pads, cut the strip to make shorter rectangles (like 14"). Zig-zag around the edges and fold to size. I would rinse these out whenever I changed, and then eventually wash them in the washing machine. I know someone who has used the rectangle cloth diapers for this purpose, too, by folding the thinner sides under the thicker middle and using. Hope this helps!
Comment by Cherylyn on February 2, 2010 at 7:41am
This is a little off topic, but kind of relevant to the group, I think. Have any of you ever made your own menstrual pads? If you have, do you have a sewing pattern you can share?
 

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