Syntothermic contraceptive method

    The sympothermic method, is one of the many contraceptive methods of the rhythm, which is based on changes in the woman's menstrual cycle and depends on abstinence from sexual intercourse during a certain phase of the month, which is the fertile period, where the probability of becoming pregnant is greater .

    This method consists of observing changes in the cervical mucus, which indicates the woman's fertile period when secreted in larger quantities in a more watery consistency, together with the contraceptive method of temperature accompanied by the observation of other symptoms that may be related to the release of the egg, like a mild colic.

    Of all the rhythm methods, this is the most reliable method for determining when a couple should avoid having sex each month.