Don’t miss our Fall 2022 Webinar Series!
Register for an upcoming webinar or share the dates with a colleague. FACTS webinars provide medical professionals with an excellent introduction to the use of fertility awareness-based methods for the diagnosis and management of common women’s health concerns, as well as their effectiveness for helping couples achieve or prevent pregnancy.
Join us now for our fall series, featuring presentations for every population – from our medical presentations to general audience talks: The Facts About Fertility Explained and Know Your Body, a talk specifically designed for teen girls and their moms!
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As we near the end of PCOS Awareness Month, we now consider treatment options available to women diagnosed with PCOS and infertility, comparing the former gold standard clomiphene with letrozole.
Though initially described in 1930s medical literature, polycystic ovaries were identified at least a century prior and are a diagnostic feature of polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS).
As we continue to mark Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) Awareness Month, we are highlighting the story of Jeanette, now a mother of four, who was diagnosed with PCOS in her teens.
To kick off Polycystic Ovary Syndrome (PCOS) Awareness Month, we are featuring an overview of this common condition that impacts millions of women.
From a birth control pill user to a FABM instructor: how one woman found her preferred family planning method
In today’s post, we feature the journey of one woman’s search for a birth control method that would minimize negative side effects and her eventual discovery of fertility awareness-based methods (FABMs) as the preferred solution for her and her husband.
What’s Missing in Medical School Education: Katelyn and Conor Bradley Share Why They Became FACTS Ambassadors
This month we will be featuring two FACTS ambassadors, a husband and wife who found their way to FACTS independently but now share a common goal as ambassadors.