That time of the month: introducing the NFP app


Simcha Fischer has all the details:

When I spotted this app, I was delighted to see that it’s extremely similar to my Creighton chart.  It’s designed for the Billings Ovulation Method, which tracks a woman’s cervical fluid to establish times of fertility.

(NB: I’m using a Billings app for a Creighton method of charting, and have gone off the grid with my teacher. I don’t endorse or recommend this behavior! For more information about Creighton, which is about more than achieving or avoiding pregnancy, see their website to get the whole scoop.)

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