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NaPro Technology

At Morning Star, we find it interesting that Women's Health is the only field of medicine where a patient complains of bothersome symptoms, yet an investigation into the cause of this is not made. Instead, women are offered oral contraceptive pills, or other artificial hormones that neither diagnose nor treat the underlying cause, and can be dangerous to a woman's health.

Morning Star medical providers have sought extra medical training from Dr. Thomas Hilgers MD, a leading women's health expert at Creighton University, who has spent the last 40 years developing a medical science dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of women's health problems. He coined the science Natural Procreative Technology, or "NaPro Technology".

NaPro Technology addresses and treats problems such as:

  • Painful, heavy periods
  • Premenstrual Syndrome
  • Postpartum Depression
  • Infertility (both male and female)
  • Miscarriage
  • Prevention of Pre-Term Labor
  • and more!

One helpful tool used in NaPro Technology is the Natural Family Planning charting systems. This is specific information charted in a detailed fashion about a woman's menstrual cycle, bleeding patterns and cervical mucus that at a glance can help Morning Star medical providers understand the underlying problem.

To learn more about NaPro Technology and how it can help you or someone you know, call Morning Star to schedule an appointment with any of our medical providers, or you can get more information at fertilitycare.org.

Morning Star OB/GYN - Office Front

3499 S. Mercy Road
Gilbert, AZ 85297
Phone: 480 355 8525
Fax: 480 355 3115

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Office Hours

Monday - Friday
7:30 am - 5:30pm

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