FACTS is celebrating National Breastfeeding Month by highlighting benefits of breastfeeding and its impact on fertility and family planning. This overview of lactational amenorrhea is the first of a series written by Katie Douglas, an intern with FACTS this summer.
I was 29 years old and a newly minted physician before I ever heard about fertility awareness based methods (FABMs). I was stunned. As a physician, how was it that I knew nothing about this? Meet the FACTS Founder, Dr. Marguerite Duane!
This post features the summary of a research article titled Enrollment, Childbearing Motivations, and Intentions of Couples in the Creighton Model Effectiveness, Intentions, and Behaviors Assessment (CEIBA) Study.
Learning about fertility and how to use her fertility awareness based method (FABM) of choice can change a woman’s life. This week, we celebrate freedom by contemplating the many ways fertility awareness frees women.
A Brief History of Scientific Advances and Development of Natural or Fertility Awareness Based Methods (FABMs): Part II
Our two-part series on the brief history of NFPs continues here. Learn more about recent scientific advances and the Marquette, FEMM, TwoDay, Standard Days and Lactational Amenorrhea Fertility Awareness Based Methods (FABMs).
A Brief History of Scientific Advances and Development of Natural or Fertility Awareness Based Methods (FABMs): Part I
For more than a century, researchers have built upon one another’s pivotal foundations in the area of fertility awareness. Our two-part series provides perspective on how what started as a historical, cycle-length method of family planning (the calendar rhythm method) was simply one step toward the modern, prospective, symptom-based fertility awareness based methods (FABMs) available worldwide in 2018.