As we continue our series on infertility, this patient interview sheds light on the struggles, hopes, and valuable lessons learned as couples try to conceive.
Executive Director’s Note: Stefanie Navarette shares an enlightening interview that explores the connection between hormones and seizures, as well as the role a fertility awareness-based method can play in pinpointing the cause.
Fertility awareness-based methods (FABMs) are true methods of family planning: women and couples can use them to avoid or achieve pregnancy. The variety of methods offer women choices, since some rely on different biomarkers. This interview with a woman demonstrates there is no perfect reason to use FABMs. Read more!
This interview with a user of the Billings Ovulation Method emphasizes the need to educate physicians in training about fertility awareness-based methods (FABMs) of family planning. Studies show that women are increasingly interested in more natural alternatives for family planning and reliable ways to track their fertility and health. Read more!
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 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!