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Sperm can survive in the female genital tract and are capable of fertilising the egg for up to seven days after sexual intercourse.
True
The chances of conception are approximately zero six days before and two days after the temperature rise.
True
Usually when a woman is fertile her cervix is high, soft, and open.
True
To optimize her chances of pregnancy, a woman should be aware of the significance of timing intercourse to coincide with wetter, transparent, slippery, stretchy secretions.
True
The late infertile time (post-ovulation)is the safest time for sexual intercourse to avoid pregnancy.
True
When motivated couples taught by experienced NFP teachers use a combination of fertility indicators, fertility awareness methods can be up to 98% effective.
True
Lactational amenorrhoea method only applies to women who are less than six months post-partum, amenorrhoeic and fully and fully breast feeding day and night.
True