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by Mercedes Arzu Wilson.
Book is in excellent condition. The latest advances for achieving or postponing pregnancy-naturally. Items related to The Ovulation Method of Birth Regulation. Home Wilson Mercedes Arzu The Ovulation Method of Birth Regulation. The Ovulation Method of Birth Regulation. Wilson Mercedes Arzu. ISBN 10: 0442295154, ISBN 13: 9780442295158. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780442294328. Release Date:May 1981.
The Billings ovulation method is a method in which women use their vaginal mucous to determine their fertility. It does not rely on the presence of ovulation, rather it identifies patterns of potential fertility and obvious infertility within the cycle, whatever its length. Effectiveness, however, is not very clear. Evidence of effectiveness is not very clear
Mercedes Arzu Wilson, the author of ''The Ovulation Methods of Birth Regulation,'' contends that even illiterate women in the third world have had success with natural methods, citing Guatemala, Fiji, India and Papua New Guinea.
Mercedes Arzu Wilson, the author of ''The Ovulation Methods of Birth Regulation,'' contends that even illiterate women in the third world have had success with natural methods, citing Guatemala, Fiji, India and Papua New Guinea. But Dr. Louise B. Tyrer, vice president for medical affairs of the Planned Parenthood Federation of America, questions the value of the natural methods for people in developing countries. Irregularity of menstrual periods, illness or other factors can complicate the observations required to make the methods work, Dr. Tyrer said.
The Billings Ovulation Method or The Billings Method as it became known, became well-known globally with the publication of the book written by Dr Evelyn Billings and Dr Ann Westmore, first published in 1980.
The Billings ovulation method is based on your interpretation of your cervical mucus. The effectiveness, as with other forms of birth control, likely depends significantly on how carefully and accurately the method is followed. Generally speaking, over the course of each menstrual cycle, cervical mucus changes in predictable ways. Specifically, cervical mucus often becomes clear and elastic about six days prior to ovulation (due to the influence of estrogen. The Billings method of birth control is a type of natural family planning which uses the evaluation of cervical mucus to predict ovulation.
Comparison of birth control methods. There are many different methods of birth control, which vary in what is required of the user, side effects, and effectiveness. It is also important to note that not each type of birth control is ideal for each user. Outlined here are the different types of barrier methods, spermicides, or coitus interruptus that must be used at or before every act of intercourse