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Old Oct 12th, 2010, 09:07 AM   1
littlebopeep
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Napro Technology


Hi girls im just wondering has anyone tried napro technology as an alternative to IVF ive just seen that the results especially for pocs sufferers is higher than IVF plus its based on non invasive treatment and keeping track of the cycle its also alot cheaper, Dr Philip Boyle in galway ireland brought it to europe and an inital consultation appears to be 200 has anyone tried it?



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Old Oct 12th, 2010, 11:37 AM   2
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Anyone!!!



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Old Oct 12th, 2010, 12:37 PM   3
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never heard of it to be honest hun i only no about iui or ivf worth looking into i suffer from pcos xx



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Old Oct 14th, 2010, 09:06 AM   4
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Ok Girls ive just spent the last 24 hours crying because my best friend is pregnant so ive decided to book Napro Technology which is natural IVF which is based on a certain chart also some fertility meds and in some cases minor surgery the success rates are very high especially for people who have had failed IVF attempts and people like me with pocs (its higher for Pocs than IVF) so heres the deal there is a four month waitng list so im now on it ive to attend a fertility counsellor to explain the charting etc (you need 2 months charting before you go) the cost for the tratment is €200.00 per session and you need 4 a year, there is also a web site with a video that explains the procedure with success stories i really think that people should look at it www.fertilitycare.net this covers europe and the states and loads of articles i hope that some people on here will actually look it up and post some responses here xxxxx



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Old Oct 16th, 2010, 17:32 PM   5
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Hi Littlebopeep,
My friend gave gave birth to a beautiful baby boy this May, they couldnt have done it without Napro, she cant stop talking about them. I myself will be making an appointment to see them in Jaurary. You say there is a 4 month waiting list, so should I make an appointment now? Do have to be charting before your appointment??

Good luck on your journey, keep me posted xx



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Old Oct 18th, 2010, 04:59 AM   6
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Hi april05 im going to the practitioner teacher tomorrow she said that its best to have started to chart as they require 2 months charting before napro can be started im really excited i just hope that i get pregnant i cant believe that more people especially on this forum havnt heard about it xx



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Old Oct 19th, 2010, 10:14 AM   7
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just back from my appointment it went well have to adstain for 4 weeks for charting but have peace of mind now that i will conceive again and go full term



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Old Oct 20th, 2010, 17:36 PM   8
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Oh wow that's great you got an appointment so qucik with your practitioner teacher. Well I made the call on Monday we're on the waiting list for Galway, then I rang the practitioner teacher, our appointment with her is the 20th of November, but she sent us out the Pack & DVD, that arrived today. I havent watched it yet as hubby came home from work sick today so he's not the best. We'll watch it tmrw. I am sooooo excited too. I just hope this works.

Good luck with the charting! I'd say it will take time to get used to it. I'll keep you posted, its great to know there is someone else doing it too. Oh & my sister's friend also has 2 babies as a result of Napro, so this does work.

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Old Oct 21st, 2010, 05:11 AM   9
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Hi april i started charting yesterday have watched the dvd and read the book even now from what i read i think i may have a problem with low progestrone (brown blood at end of period) hope it works how long did it take for the people you know to get pregnant using na pro?



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Old Oct 21st, 2010, 14:56 PM   10
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Hi Littlebopeep, I have just looked at the DVD, hubby is reading the book, we're starting charting tonight. I know from previous blood tests that I have low progestrone, but the hospital I was attending told me I was not ovualting, but after looking at the DVD I now know I was and that the lack of progestrone seems to be our problem. I also have spotting for aprox 2-3 days before my period begins.

I think they were only tracking for 4 cycles before they conceived.

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