In our most recent post, 2nd year medical student, Kellie Wo interviews a couple who struggled early on while using the Sympto-Thermal Method (STM), yet persevered. Their end result is part of the beauty of FABMs.
September is Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) Awareness Month. In this post, fourth-year med student, Chris Galletti, details the story of one patient to help illustrate how practical applications of FABMs can help diagnose, treat, and manage medical conditions like PCOS.
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It’s Men’s Health Week! And we celebrate by highlighting a husband who recognizes a woman’s fertility is not a problem to be solved, but a gift to be appreciated, valued, and respected.
Their medical team had ventured into the foothills of the Andes several hours west of the capital city of Quito to provide basic medicines and healthcare to those in need. However, what Dr. Garcia and his team learned in rural Ecuador wasn’t what they were expecting…
When Mrs. M informed her obstetrician she would be using an FABM to avoid pregnancy, the doctor laughed and joked, “I’ll see you in nine months.” Undaunted, she continued to use the Marquette Method, and ended up much happier with this approach than with the pill. Read her story here.