The FACTS Advisory Council consists of a talented and diverse group of individuals whose guidance and support are crucial to the success of our organization. This year, we have featured one of our Council members each month to highlight their unique contributions to our mission. Our series continues as we welcome Summer Holmes Mason, MD as the newest member of the FACTS Advisory Council. We value her contributions to FACTS Research and her passion to educate women, couples, and medical professionals about the practical applications of fertility awareness based methods (FABMs).
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This interview with a user of fertility awareness based methods (FABMs) is part of our series that highlights the reality of using FABMs, including benefits as well as challenges of the various methods. Dr. Macy Rupprecht conducted this interview – a hopeful example of a couple that benefited from an FABM as a powerful adjunct to not only diagnose the root cause behind infertility but also to restore fertility.
The FACTS Advisory Council consists of a talented and diverse group of individuals whose guidance and support are crucial to the success of our organization. This year, we have featured one of our Council members each month to highlight their unique and generous contributions to our mission. Our series continues this week with Matthew Larkin, whose strategic thinking and business experience remain a tremendous asset to FACTS.
This week’s post is part of our series highlighting the reality of using fertility awareness based methods (FABMs), their benefits and challenges. This interview, conducted by a nursing student, looks at one couple’s knowledge of the Sympto-Thermal Method (STM) and how they used it as they struggled with infertility.
This week’s post features a review of research published in 2016 about the effectiveness of cycle computers to indicate the fertile and infertile phases of the menstrual cycle. The study joins the expanding body of research assessing devices, apps, and other female technology (fem-tech) growing in popularity as women seek non-hormonal ways to plan their families and monitor their health. The summary was written by Dr. Matthew Thigpen as part of a two-week online elective taught by FACTS executive director, Dr. Marguerite Duane, at Georgetown University College of Medicine.