For Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we’re highlighting the value of knowing all your options for family planning as well as possible risks of hormone therapies, especially for people with a significant family history of cancer. This compelling patient story recounts the impact of education on a woman’s decisions about family planning. Read more and learn about evidence-based sources like FACTS that enable more comprehensive and informed choices in health.
Ms. M is a woman in her fifties who has used FABMs since her late twenties as her primary method for birth control and family planning. After experiencing intolerable side effects with oral contraceptive pills, she developed an interest in FABMs. Read more about how Ms. M came to the decision to use FABMs and how fertility awareness has affected her life.
Most women who hear about modern, evidence-based methods of fertility awareness are intrigued and want to learn more. Once educated, many women choose to try a method, discover they learn a great deal about their bodies and fertility, and benefit in many other ways, feeling empowered and healthier. These patient interviews by a 4th year medical student highlight some of the versatility and many applications of FABMs.
In our most recent post, 2nd year medical student, Kellie Wo interviews a couple who struggled early on while using the Sympto-Thermal Method (STM), yet persevered. Their end result is part of the beauty of FABMs.
September is Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) Awareness Month. In this post, fourth-year med student, Chris Galletti, details the story of one patient to help illustrate how practical applications of FABMs can help diagnose, treat, and manage medical conditions like PCOS.
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