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Mercy offers Creighton Model fertility services to help you avoid or achieve pregnancy naturally, without chemicals or devices. We use NaProTechnology® as a tool in fertility management, and to help diagnose and treat gynecologic abnormalities. Couples who’ve used the Creighton Model report a fuller understanding of their sexuality and relationship.
In addition to family planning, we offer family fertility education, speakers programs and infertility support groups.
Introductory sessions are scheduled once a week and follow-ups are scheduled typically at the following increments beginning immediately after the introductory session (2,4,6,8,12 weeks, and 6, 9, and 12 months)
Introductory Session: $40
Private Introductory Session: $50
Initial Fee: $500
This fee applies to all services within the first year and will include at least eight follow-ups, plus all materials. (This fee does not include the Introductory Session.)
Several insurance providers reimburse to varying degrees. No one is refused service because of an inability to pay the fees.
The Creighton Model is a safe, reliable and inexpensive way to plan your family. After an introductory session, you attend private follow-up sessions. Alone or as a couple, you’ll meet with nurses who are fertility care practitioners, certified through the American Academy of Fertility Care Professionals. FertilityCare Services is also affiliated with the Fertility Care Centers of America.
NaProTechnology helps determine which days are fertile and infertile. It can also help identify signs of reproductive disorders. If we find you have any of these signs, we’ll alert your physician so you can receive further diagnosis.
At Mercy, we offer comprehensive services to diagnose and treat a full range of conditions, including:
It's never too early to prepare your body for a healthy pregnancy. Download our "Preparing for Pregnancy" guide here.