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About Us

WOOMB International – World Organisation Ovulation Method Billings – continues the work of its founders the late Drs John and Evelyn Billings who established the Billings Ovulation Method® of natural fertility regulation. The Billings Ovulation Method® is a Method which empowers women, through knowledge of their patterns of fertility and infertility and the time of ovulation, to achieve or postpone pregnancy and to monitor their reproductive health.

The Company is established:  To promote the authentic Billings Ovulation Method® in support of couples, the family and society, and to undertake and pursue all such other similar, related or compatible objects as may from time to time be considered appropriate by the Company.  

To this end, and in furtherance of the vision and the Aims and Objects of the original WOOMB International Inc, and of the founders of the Billings Ovulation Method®, Drs John and Evelyn Billings:

WOOMB International Ltd, will actively seek to enrich the union between husband and wife for their mutual benefit by giving them knowledge of the Billings Ovulation Method® that they can use to develop love and fidelity within the marriage.

Natural Fertility Regulation is a term which embraces methods of family planning which are based on the timing of sexual intercourse with reference to the physiological manifestations of the fertile and infertile phases of the menstrual cycle, in accordance with the intention of the couple to achieve or avoid pregnancy.  It is implicit in the definition of Natural Fertility Regulation that there is no genital contact during the fertile phase of the menstrual cycle, if it is the intention to avoid pregnancy. 

WOOMB International Inc was incorporated in California, USA January 23 1978. The original entity was wound up in 2005 and a new company, WOOMB International Ltd was registered in Victoria, Australia February 23 2006.

The original entity consisted of an Administrative Board of four Executive Directors