Unique Perspectives on FABMs

This month, the Fertility Friday podcast featured our very own Executive Director, Dr. Marguerite Duane. Set aside some time this week for this short interview that will leave you thinking about fertility awareness and women’s health in a new way!

After the Pill: Experience with the Marquette Model

When Mrs. M informed her obstetrician she would be using an FABM to avoid pregnancy, the doctor laughed and joked, “I’ll see you in nine months.” Undaunted, she continued to use the Marquette Method, and ended up much happier with this approach than with the pill. Read her story here.

“Near-Contact” Laparoscopy for Endometriosis in Teenagers

March is Endometriosis Awareness Month. At FACTS, we recognize the impact this condition has on girls and women of reproductive age, including possible implications for future fertility. Read more research findings here about long-term outcomes after complete laparoscopic excision in teenagers.

Meet the FACTS Team – Alison Contreras, PhD, FCP

By Alison Contreras, PhD, FCP March 20, 2018 An Engineer’s Journey to Fertility Awareness My path toward a passion for fertility awareness was rather unique. Although I started college as a pre-med student, I preferred the immediate gratification of...

FACTS Celebrates Women’s History Month

by Brianna Wynne March 13, 2018 The Legacy of Dr. Evelyn Billings At FACTS, we celebrate the uniqueness of women every day. This month, we celebrate by highlighting Dr. Evelyn Billings, a remarkable pioneer in the field of natural or fertility awareness...

Predicting Ovulation with Urinary LH Tests

by Anna Adams March 6, 2018 Predicting Ovulation with Urinary LH Tests: A Summary of Research Findings   Monitoring levels of urinary luteinizing hormone (LH) has many applications for women’s reproductive health, infertility, and family planning. This is...