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  1. HUMAN FERTILITY Responsible Parenthood and All-Natural Family Planning Program

  2. Responsible Parenthood includes the obligation in understanding the biological nature and the processes of human reproduction…how God beautifully and intricately designed Human Fertility for us to enjoy, take good care of and use responsibly . Humanae Vitae 10 Responsible Parenthood and All-Natural Family Planning Program

  3. HUMAN FERTILITY Human reproductive organs • Is about having a baby • Is composed of certain parts of the human body – the male and female reproductive system and of the brain. Responsible Parenthood and All-Natural Family Planning Program

  4. Anatomy of the Male Reproductive System Vas deferens Seminal vesicles Prostate gland Cowpers gland Urethra Penis Testes Epididymis Scrotum Responsible Parenthood and All-Natural Family Planning Program

  5. Male fertility • Starts at puberty age until death. • It means that the male body is now producing “sperm” and he has now the capacity to get a woman pregnant. • The "sperm” is the male contribution in pregnancy. • The life span of the sperm is 3-5 days inside the woman's body. • The man is fertile everyday of his life until his death. Responsible Parenthood and All-Natural Family Planning Program

  6. Anatomy of the Female Reproductive System Fallopian Tube Uterus Ovary Uterine lining Cervix Vagina Responsible Parenthood and All-Natural Family Planning Program

  7. Female Fertility • Starts at the first on set of menstruation. • This means that she is beginning to have one egg cell ripen and she is ready to get pregnant. • The egg cell is the female contribution in pregnancy. • The woman is fertile only during “ovulation”. • Ovulation happens only once during the “Ovulatory Phase” of the menstrual cycle. • Female fertility will end up to ”menopause” stage. Responsible Parenthood and All-Natural Family Planning Program

  8. The MENSTRUAL CYCLE • It will start on the first day of menstruation and end up on the last day before the start of the next menstruation. • There are 4 menstrual phases: MENSTRUATION OVULATORY POST-OVULATORY PRE-OVULATORY Responsible Parenthood and All-Natural Family Planning Program

  9. Menstrual Phase • Starts on the first day of menstruation. • Menstrual bleeding is the result of the shedding off of the uterine lining. This means that the woman is not pregnant. • Menstruation usually happens 4-6 days. • Menstruation is a normal condition of a woman's body and does not mean that she is sick or has sickness. Responsible Parenthood and All-Natural Family Planning Program

  10. Pre-Ovulatory Phase • Menstruation had stopped or ceased already. • Egg cell starts to develop . • The uterine lining is beginning to thicken. • There is a mucus plug at the cervix. • The woman is experiencing feelings of dryness and no mucus is seen. • Pre- Ovulatory phase is known to be relatively infertile days. Responsible Parenthood and All-Natural Family Planning Program

  11. Ovulatory Phase • Cervix is now open. • Wet is the feeling experienced by the woman. • Mucus are watery, slippery, clear and stretchy are seen and felt.(fertile mucus) • Mucus nourishes sperms and filters abnormal sperms , too. • Uterine lining continue to thicken • One matured egg is released from the ovary and stays at the fallopian tube for about 24 hrs. • The life span of the egg cell is 24 hours only. Responsible Parenthood and All-Natural Family Planning Program

  12. Post-Ovulatory Phase • If there is no meeting of the sperm and egg cell, the egg cell disintegrate and is reabsorbed by the body. • The cervix is closed again • The woman feels dryness and no mucus is seen. • Post-ovulatory phase is known to be absolutely infertile days . • The uterine lining thickens again. • Because the woman is not pregnant, she will again experience menstruation. Responsible Parenthood and All-Natural Family Planning Program

  13. Menstruation Ovulatory Post- Ovulatory Menstruation Less than 26 days Menstruation Pre-Ovulatory Ovulatory Post- Ovulatory Menstruation 26-32 days Menstruation Pre-Ovulatory Ovulatory Post- Ovulatory Menstruation Above 32 days Responsible Parenthood and All-Natural Family Planning Program

  14. + Death Male Puberty Lovemaking Menstruation Ovulation Female Menopause Puberty Cycle JOINT FERTILITY DIAGRAM

  15. SECOND Trimester THIRD Trimester FIRST Trimester 6 months (24 Weeks) 3 months (12 Weeks) 9 months (38 Weeks) Setting up A Responsible Parenthood-Natural Family Planning Program

  16. NATURAL FAMILY PLANNING • Is a way of life towards responsible parenthood to beget only those children whom they can raise up in a truly human and Christian way. • An educational process : • of determining the fertile and infertile periods of a woman • By observing and recording the signs and symptoms of the menstrual cycle. • So that Lovemaking can be timed • In order to achieve or postpone pregnancy. • NO DIDO: D – rugs, I – njection, D – evice, O – peration Responsible Parenthood and All-Natural Family Planning Program

  17. BILLINGS OVULATION METHOD SYMPTO-THERMAL METHOD TWODAY METHOD BASAL BODY TEMPERATURE STANDARD DAYS METHOD LACTATIONAL AMENORRHEA METHOD Responsible Parenthood and All-Natural Family Planning Program