Modern Fertility Awareness for Family Planning and Women's Health

A Symposium for Healthcare Professionals and Students
Saturday, February 3rd in Albuquerque, NM

How effective are fertility awareness based methods for preventing pregnancy?

Check out our review of all clinical trials of FABMs published since 1980.

Sign our petition to the CDC

Join us in asking the CDC to update their information to provide women and medical professionals with up to date, accurate information about fertility awareness based methods (FABMs).

Is there an APP for that?

What’s the best fertility awareness app for preventing pregnancy?
See our review of all fertility awareness apps market available as of January 2015.

Show Me the Science!

Interested in research about fertility awareness based methods?
Check out our collection of some of the many articles about FABMs.

Upcoming Events

Modern Fertility Awareness for Family Planning and Women's Health

Symposium for Healthcare Professionals and Students
February 3, 2018
Albuquerque, NM

Invite a FACTS Speaker

Presentations designed for
a wide range of audiences!

Meet the FACTS Team

A Physician Transformed through Knowledge of FABMs by Amaryllis Sánchez Wohlever, MD January 10, 2018 Ten years into my career as a family physician I joined a medical practice that changed my life. During the interview, I learned that they taught...

A short blog survey

We're working hard in 2018 to make this blog a better resource for you and your patients. In order to do that it would be incredibly helpful to know how you're using the blog thus far. Could you take this anonymous short survey to give us...

Use of Fertility Awareness (NFP) After Early Pregnancy Loss

December, 15, 2017 by Richard Fehring, RN Early pregnancy loss can be defined as a loss of pregnancy within the first trimester of pregnancy or 13 weeks from the last menses (American Academy of Obstetrics and Gynecology 2015). Others define...

Diagnosing Endometriosis – A Patient Experience

I still remember sitting in that doctor’s office, looking downward at the linoleum floor. I had described my symptoms: weeks of constant bleeding, cramps that left me writhing in pain—pain so severe it induced vomiting, month after month. The doctor told me confidently, “You don’t have endometriosis.” I know…