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Christin Sander says
I agree that the rhythm method is unreliable, but that is just trying to predict the cycle based on the past, not physical signs. Apparently they are doing a scientific study on it, but it's not done yet: http://tinyurl.com/mfpqquu
no proper rhythm method involves taking your temp every day and checking your CM for signs of ovulation as well, it's more than just prediction, but yes still unreliable.
Oh it looks like they did finish the study already, here is the link in case you are curious http://informahealthcare.com/doi/abs/10.3109/13625...
the email contact info for this study has the "natural cycles" domain also there is no real detailed analysis. I'd be skeptical still without peer reviewed study. Not saying it cant be effective, but more reliable methods of birth control.
Good points. I am still skeptical and want to wait a while to see how this plays out. I do think it is intriguing and would be nice to quit using hormones, but other people can be the guinea pigs for now :)
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