How to Use the Rhythm Method
The rhythm method is also sometimes called natural birth control or family planning, periodic abstinence and fertility awareness. It involves determining when you are most likely to get pregnant, which is when you are ovulating, and then avoiding having...
The term "the rhythm method" is sometimes used, in error, to describe the
behavior of any people who have unprotected vaginal intercourse, yet wish to
If you're hoping to get pregnant, you can use the rhythm method to determine the
best days to have sex. Similarly, if you're hoping to avoid pregnancy, you can ...
Dec 9, 2014 ... Return of the Rhythm Method. Tired of condoms and the Pill, many women are
turning to new apps that help them practice one of the oldest ...
A new study has found that more teen girls than ever are using the rhythm method
of birth control - 17 percent of them, up from 11 percent a couple of years ago.
It's a form of contraception where you avoid having sex when the woman is most fertile (about a week out of... More »
Aug 11, 2014 ... Are you and your partner planning to try the rhythm method of birth control? It
doesn't always work as well as you might hope. WebMD explains.
Oct 28, 2014 ... Periodic abstinence, or the rhythm method, can be an extremely effective birth
control method, but it's extremely difficult to do it correctly.
Temperature Method — Take your temperature with a special thermometer in ...
Calendar Method (sometimes referred to as the rhythm method) — Chart your ...
Oct 9, 2014 ... The fertility awareness method (FAM), previously called the rhythm method, is a
way to prevent pregnancy by taking advantage of the natural ...
Before relying on this method, a woman records the number of days in each
menstrual cycle for at least 6 months. The first day of monthly bleeding is always