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Infertility, Endometriosis, and the Creighton Model

During National Endometriosis Awareness Month, we tell the story of how charting with a fertility awareness based method (FABM) helped in the diagnose and treatment of endometriosis, making it possible for a couple to conceive their first child. This interview with the couple is part of our series that highlights the reality of using FABMs, including benefits as well as challenges of the various methods.

Introducing FACTS Advisory Council Member: Lauren Gordon, MD

Our Meet the FACTS Advisory Council series continues this week as we introduce Dr. Lauren Gordon. Dr. Gordon has been involved with FACTS from the very beginning. Her passion for teaching the next generation of family physicians about women’s health and her commitment to global health enhance the work of FACTS and her support is crucial to the success of our organization.

FACTS Spring Conference Highlights

This past weekend, the FACTS team hosted its first 2019 spring conference in Cleveland, Ohio. We are pleased to report the conference was a huge success! Hear what attendees are saying and learn how you can be a part of upcoming events!

NaProTechnology Intervention Before Marriage: A Couple’s Success Story

We celebrate National Marriage Week with this post from our interview series highlighting the benefits and challenges of the various FABMs. Catherine Jimenez, a 4th year medical student and FACTS student ambassador, conducted this interview with a married couple and learned how their relationship has been strengthened (and their family has grown!) through the use of fertility awareness based methods (FABMs).

Introducing FACTS Advisory Council Member: Mike Manhart, PhD

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. Our series continues this month with the FACTS “Third Musketeer”, Mike Manhart, PhD.

Empowering Women through Fertility Awareness

This reflection and summary of a research article was written by a future physician as part of a Georgetown University elective on fertility awareness. It highlights practical applications of charting the female cycle, a powerful tool underused by physicians and patients alike.

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