Fertility Simplified

The Marquette Method of NFP uses fertility monitor technology to measure hormones throughout your cycle. This method provides objective, straight-forward data to help you achieve or avoid pregnancy.

What is NFP?

NFP (Natural Family Planning) is the ability to monitor your fertility in a natural way to modify your behaviors to either avoid or achieve a pregnancy. NFP tracks natural indicators of fertility (cervical mucus, female hormones, temperature) to help determine the fertile phase of the cycle.

There are many different methods of NFP that focus on different fertile signs; the Marquette Method focuses on female hormones. Overall, NFP has an effectiveness rate of close to 98%.

Why Marquette NFP?

Natural
Natural

NFP is a natural and safe way to track your fertility without the use of chemicals or implants.

Effective
Effective

When you chart correctly and follow instructions, the Marquette Method is 98-99% effective.

Ethical
Ethical

According to the USCCB, NFP is an ethical means to embrace God’s will for married couples.

Objective
Objective

Say good-bye to guessing! Marquette provides you with straight-forward data to help you find your fertile window.

Reliable
Reliable

Only taught by health care professionals who have been certified in the Marquette Method.

Collaborative
Collaborative

Couples have confirmed that by approaching their combined fertility as a team they grow in mutual love and respect for one another.

Pricing

Consultation

FREE

  • Email or phone consultation
  • No obligation
Instruction + Support

$200

  • Live video instruction
  • Follow-ups at 1, 3, 6, and 12 months
  • Email and phone support for 1 year
Refresher + Support

$100

  • Live video refresher instruction
  • Follow-ups at 1, 3, 6, and 12 months
  • Email and phone support for 1 year

Married love particularly reveals its true nature and nobility when we realize that it takes its origin from God, who “is love,” the Father “from whom every family in heaven and on earth is named.”

– Humanae Vitae, 8