Even Instructors Need Medical Consultants: Using FABMs in a Rural Area with Limited Access By: Kelly Carlson, DO Director’s Note: This patient interview conducted by Dr. Kelly Carlson, a former FACTS elective participant, shares the story of how one woman fell in love...
“The combination of low-dose spironolactone and metformin resulted in significant improvements in glucose and insulin sensitivity markers compared to either drug alone.”
“Our teacher series continues with Dr. Phil Boyle, a family physician from Ireland and developer of NeoFertility. His experience incorporating restorative reproductive medicine into his fertility clinic in Dublin, Ireland, enriches our elective case studies and enhances educational opportunities for our students.”
“For patients with PCOS, there are multiple advantages to using myo-inositol, including hormonal, metabolic, and reproductive health benefits. Myo-inositol even improved the pregnancy rate … and induced ovulation earlier in the cycle.”
“From the early days of FACTS About Fertility, Meredith Krutar was at the heart of our mission, and played an instrumental role in our efforts to educate the next generation of nurses.”
“The current medical school curriculum places a large emphasis on pharmacological methods of birth control with less emphasis on education about infertility or alternative methods of family planning, including FABMs.”