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Billings method

 [bil´ingz]
cervical mucus method; see discussion under contraception.

Billings method

(bil'ingz),
a contraceptive method that involves periods of abstinence determined by changes in cervical mucus.

Billings method

a way of estimating ovulation time by changes in the cervical mucus that occur during the menstrual cycle. See also ovulation method of family planning.

Bil·lings meth·od

(bil'ingz meth'ŏd)
A contraceptive method that involves periods of abstinence determined by changes in cervical mucus.
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How very important it is today that whenever and wherever the truth of Humanae vitae is taught, the life-line of the Billings Ovulation Method be offered to couples.
We are the only organisation in Scotland authorised to train teachers in the authentic Billings Ovulation Method and are recognised by the Scottish Government.
John Billings, major developer of the Billings Ovulation Method now used in 130 countries, states: "The facts are incontrovertible.
It may be that when the Guide recommends that "health associations and organizations promote the various methods of regulation of conception that respect a woman's natural fertility cycles," it intended to refer only to the natural family planning methods, such as the Creighton model, the Billings Ovulation method, or the Serena method.
Evelyn and John Billings in the verification of the reliability of the Billings Ovulation Method, the most widely used and successful method of natural family planning today.
Your recent article on child sex selection mentioned that the Billings Ovulation Method was normally used by infertile couples.
Odeblad independently provided complete confirmation of the basic principles and guidelines of what we had called the Ovulation Method and which later came to be called the Billings Ovulation Method (BOM) or just the Billings Method.
Two of the most common natural methods today are the Sympto-Thermal Method and the Billings Ovulation Method.