Success in achieving pregnancy

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subfertile 250The Billings Ovulation Method™ is very successful at helping couples to achieve pregnancy naturally, even couples who thought they were infertile or who had failed attempts at IVF. Knowing how to identify your fertile time and your Peak of fertility optimises your chances of conceiving. A 5-year study of the Billings Ovulation Method™ with couples wanting to achieve pregnancy showed a known pregnancy rate of 78%. The known pregnancy rate was 65% in sub-fertile couples and 66% in women aged over 38. Of the couples in the study who had previously attempted IVF or AI (artificial insemination) without success, 35% conceived naturally with the Billings Ovulation Method™.

Study: Achieving pregnancy with the Billings Ovulation Method™

Study conducted by Research Team of Ovulation Method Research and Reference Centre of Australia, 1999-2003.

Summary of Results
Study involved all couples who expressed a desire to achieve a pregnancy and who attended 17 Australian Billings Ovulation Method™ clinics within the required time frame. All couples were included regardless of age, cycle length or pre-diagnosed sub-fertile indicators of either partner.

Total Participants 449
Outcome known 358
Known pregnancy rate 278/358 78%
Women in the study classified as sub-fertile1 207
Outcome known 172
Known pregnancy rate 111/172 65%
Women in the study over 38 years old 65
Outcome known 48
Known pregnancy rate 32/48 66%
Women in the study who had been unsuccessful with IVF/AI 20
Outcome known 20
Known pregnancy rate 7/20 35%
Average time trying to achieve for all couples before coming to
Billings Ovulation Method™ clinic
15 months
Average time from initial instruction in
Billings Ovulation Method™ to conception
4.7 months
Couples who were childless 60%
Prior knowledge of signs of fertility 18%

93% stated they were satisfied and would recommend the Billings Ovulation Method™ to others.
95% stated that the Billings Ovulation Method™ gave an understanding of fertility and infertility.

1Trying to achieve a pregnancy for 12 months or more.
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