Natural Family Planning Talk using the Creighton Model Fertility Care System
4225 Main Street Suite 319 Elverson, PA 19520
Start Date and Time:
Tuesday, January 7th 7:00 pm
End Date and Time
Tuesday, January 7th 8:30 pm
This seminar will shed light on the great work being done in building a culture of life in women’s healthcare using the Creighton Model FertiliyCare™ System.
The seminars will also help couples who want effective and morally acceptable methods of family planning, and women struggling with various gynecologic issues such as repetitive miscarriage, premenstrual syndrome (PMS), Polycystic Ovarian Disease (PCOD), endometriosis, postpartum depression and pre menopause.
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