Restorative reproductive medicine (RRM) is an innovation in women’s health science that monitors and maintains a woman’s reproductive and gynecological health. RRM provides medical and surgical treatments that cooperate completely with the reproductive system. Physicians trained in RRM are not only versed in fertility awareness methods (FAMs), but they have also been trained to treat women based on an understanding of their fertility cycles. This approach to healthcare is called “restorative reproductive medicine” because it aims at finding and treating the root causes of reproductive and menstrual disorders, as well as infertility. RRM uses medicine to restore women’s healthy cycles, and to protect and enhance their natural fertility.
How to find a doctor trained in restorative reproductive medicine
Click here to find Doctors for Natural Womanhood, a list of RRM trained medical professionals. All of these individuals believe in fertility charting as a vital sign of a woman’s health, and know how to use the information contained in a woman’s FAM or Natural Family Planning (NFP) chart to optimize her health and fertility. These individuals also believe that FAMs and NFP can serve as safe, highly effective forms of natural birth control. They contribute financially to Natural Womanhood so that more women will be informed of their options.
CREIGHTON MODEL FertilityCare System (CrMS) medical consultants are trained in identifying and treating the root cause of infertility and other women’s health disorders using the NaProTECHNOLOGY (Natural Procreative Technology) approach. The FertilityCare Centers of America offers a network of CrMS consultants, which you can search here.
FEMM is a women’s health program that teaches the link between hormones and health, and how to monitor hormones and other vital signs of reproductive health. The FEMM program includes medical protocols and management to treat reproductive health disorders.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, Natural Womanhood has collected a list of physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and nurses who can help you address a number of menstrual and reproductive disorders and other women’s health issues via telehealth.