Fertility Awareness and Fem-Tech:
Synergy for the 21st Century

 

The Fem-Tech industry is projected to top $50 Billion by 2025.

Your patients are paying attention….  Are YOU?!

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The 2019 FACTS Annual Meeting will combine the science
behind FABMs with the practical applications
made possible by fem-tech.

Precision Women's Health Conferences

Interest is growing in Fertility Awareness Based Methods.

Are you prepared to counsel women about FABMs
so they can make more informed health decisions?

Expand Your Toolbox – Join Us for a 1-day Conference in 2019!

 

Strengthen Your Understanding!

Increase your knowledge of FABMs with FACTS Webinars!

Our webinars cover a wide range of topics in fertility awareness and are designed to
educate physicians, health care professionals, and students.

How effective are fertility awareness based methods for preventing pregnancy?

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

Just the FACTS!

Looking for an easy-to-understand overview of FABMs and their effectiveness?
Get started with this handy guide, created in conjunction with Natural Womanhood.

Show Me the Science!

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

Fertility and the Female Cycle: An Interview with a Couple

This interview is part of our series highlighting the reality, benefits, and challenges of using fertility awareness based methods (FABMs). Makenzie Hamilton, DO conducted the interview which brings to light the struggle of infertility experienced by one couple and how fertility awareness empowered and impacted their journey.

A Lifetime with FABMs

While in medical school and as part of the FACTS online elective, Dr. Ana Maria Dumitru conducted this interview with a couple that used several different fertility awareness based methods (FABMs) over more than thirty years, including the Lactational Amenorrhea Method (LAM) while breastfeeding. The interview is part of our series highlighting the benefits and challenges of FABMs through the experiences of diverse users.

Introducing FACTS Advisory Council Member: John F. Brehany, PhD, STL

Our Advisory Council series continues as we introduce Dr. John Breheny, PhD, STL, a distinguished veteran in the fields of healthcare, ethics, and education. A FACTS Council Member since 2012, we are so grateful for the support and myriad contributions he has given our organization over the years. Learn more from Dr. Breheny here!

A Medical Student’s Experience with FABMs

In this week’s post, a medical student summarizes her experience with fertility awareness based methods (FABMs). Her insights as a medical student, well versed in fertility awareness from personal use, offer a unique perspective on the benefits and challenges of FABMs and the need to incorporate this important topic into the medical school curriculum.

Metabolic Syndrome and Male Fertility

It’s Men’s Health Week! In this week’s post, 3rd year family medicine resident, Jason Faucheux, DO, summarizes a just published important study titled “Metabolic Syndrome and Male Fertility.” Published last month in The World Journal of Men’s Health, the study notes a global decrease in birth rates alongside a rising prevalence of metabolic syndrome worldwide, and assesses the relationship between metabolic syndrome and male reproductive health.

Introducing FACTS Advisory Council Member: Abby Crowley, EdD

Our Advisory Council series continues as we introduce Dr. Abby Crowley, a lifelong educator who recently completed service in the U.S. Peace Corps training college faculty in the Philippines. A strong proponent of fertility awareness education, her enthusiasm, encouragement, and skills in developing educational materials for professionals have been valuable assets supporting the mission of FACTS.

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