How FABMs Enhance Medicine: An Interview with an OB/Gyn Physician

Our interview series continues as a second year Georgetown medical student catches up with a practicing OB/Gyn physician who not only offers patients the option of using FABMs but is also herself a user of FABMs for family planning. Her personal and professional experience with FABMs provides a unique perspective for medical professionals in training and in practice as well as patients.

FABMs and Infertility: A Patient Interview

In this latest installment of our interview series with users of FABMs, we examine and highlight both benefits and challenges of the various methods of family planning, including how it can effect diagnoses, fertility, and couple intimacy. The 2nd year medical student who conducted the interview plans to pursue residency training in surgery or Obstetrics & Gynecology.

Meet the FACTS Advisory Council

Welcome to the new year! Each month this year we will feature one of FACTS’ Advisory Council members. This group of talented and diverse individuals provide guidance and support essential to the success of our organization. We begin by introducing the co-founder of FACTS, Dr. Robert Motley, who was also the first member of our Advisory Council.

Fulfilling the Mission of FACTS

As we get ready to welcome a new year, we pause to reflect on the positive impact our work has had in the lives of young medical professionals. This week, read as we highlight some of this impact by sharing how FACTS enriched the lives of medical students and residents in 2018.

The Hidden Power of FACTS

Our senior writer and editor, Dr. Amaryllis Sánchez Wohlever, recently wrote “The Hidden Power of A Woman’s Fertility”, for Endow. In the article she responds to what she feels is the most misunderstood aspect of fertility and shares more reasons why FACTS exists. Read more here.

FABMs, Fertility, and A Physician’s Reflections: An Interview with a Couple

In this interview we highlight the benefits of FABMs for family planning as seen through the experiences of one couple and the physician who worked with them to learn and apply the methods. Although FABMs may not be for everyone, studies show that most women who hear about these modern, safe, evidence-based methods are curious and want to learn more. Once educated, many women choose to try one of the methods, appreciate learning about their bodies and fertility, and feel empowered and healthier.

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