A Brief History of Scientific Advances and Development of Natural or Fertility Awareness Based Methods (FABMs): Part I

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.

Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices About Fertility Awareness in Women

Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices About Fertility Awareness in Women

April 23 – 29 is National Infertility Awareness Week. At FACTS, we have good news to share with those who struggle with infertility and feel their only hope lies in costly and risky technologies. Read our recent research summary and learn more about how charting the female cycle can provide a safe and effective alternative to in vitro fertilization (IVF) and other assisted reproductive technologies (ART) to diagnose and manage infertility.

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