This summary of research by Dr. Katelyn Myers offers thoughtful review and new insights into the utility of charting with fertility awareness-based methods (FABMs), as well as warnings about potential pitfalls if relying on applications (apps) to predict ovulation. Read more on the blog!
The unique story begins with a physician who learned about FABMs from his father, also a physician. The son then taught his wife about the method, which they used initially to avoid and, later, to achieve pregnancy. Along the way, they learned there’s a method for every season of one’s reproductive life. Read more!
This study summary by Dr. Alexa Chanos provides further evidence of the usefulness of charting the menstrual cycle to obtain daily data, some of which challenge long-held beliefs about the different phases of the female cycle. Read more!
At FACTS, we are welcoming the New Year by featuring a physician who has believed in and supported the work of FACTS for over a decade, beginning as a medical student! Dr. Luis Garcia is a family physician with a heart to serve communities and populations that remain underrepresented and underserved, both in the United States and abroad. Read more about FACTS benefactor Dr. Luis Garcia.
Cervical Health Awareness Month January 3, 2022 By Courtney Wechsler, MD Empowering Individuals through Fertility Awareness Editor’s Note: Two events are central markers of both female health and fertility: the production of fertile cervical mucus and...
This interview is a celebration of the joy and peace that using fertility awareness-based methods (FABMs) can bring to individuals, couples, and families. This patient story points to the various ways FABMs can enrich people’s health, relationships, and families. Read more!