esearch conducted among fertility awareness-based method (FABM) users often makes a distinction between “perfect use” and “typical use.” This story highlights the importance of motivation with the use of these methods and the way that “typical use” can be “perfect” for a woman and her family. This week we share an interview written by Abby Koski, a former FACTS elective student. She spoke with Carol,* who was first introduced to FABMs in middle school but did not put them into practice until her 20s.
This compelling interview with a family physician in Ontario, Canada explores ways to integrate fertility awareness-based methods (FABMs) into clinical practice and medical education.
Summarizing a research review by Gordon et al, former FACTS elective student Anish Patel teaches us about the application of transdermal estradiol combined with micronized progesterone to address depressive symptoms in this population.
Sabel Hicks, a former FACTS elective student, interviewed Jeni,* a friend who has been using fertility awareness-based methods (FABMs) to track her cycle for years.
Today we are featuring an interview with a woman who used different fertility awareness-based methods (FABMs)