A Woman’s Journey with the Marquette and Creighton Model

A Woman’s Journey with the Marquette and Creighton Model

While on the FACTS elective, Ellen Gaudet Urrutia interviewed an enthusiastic user of FABMs. For this woman, learning to chart her cycle hastened the diagnosis and treatment of a luteal phase defect, and using different methods in new seasons of life has provided a natural and effective way to not only plan their family but also manage her health. Read more!

FACTS Benefactor: Bailey Limyansky, PA-C

FACTS Benefactor: Bailey Limyansky, PA-C

As the end of 2021 draws near, we are grateful for every gift that makes possible the work of FACTS to educate medical professionals about fertility awareness-based methods (FABMs) and their applications in family planning and women’s health. This month, we feature someone who felt so strongly about the mission of FACTS that she became a monthly donor as a student. Learn more about Bailey Limyansky in this blog feature!

A Case for FABM Instructors

A Case for FABM Instructors

This interview with three different users of fertility awareness-based methods (FABMs) brings into the discussion something too often neglected: the needs and goals of the women seeking care. Calley Gober, a fourth-year medical student, interviewed these women while on the FACTS elective. Beyond sharing their stories, she provides information about the Sympto-Thermal Method, other FABMs, and the essential role of FABM instructors.

FACTS Benefactors: Santiago and Melissa Solares

FACTS Benefactors: Santiago and Melissa Solares

At FACTS, we take every opportunity to express our gratitude for their generosity. This month, we feature a couple who has actively supported the work of FACTS from the very beginning. Santiago and Melissa Solares have used and taught the Sympto-Thermal Method (STM) through the Couple-to-Couple League (CCL) for years, and have come alongside the mission of FACTS with wholehearted dedication. We are grateful for their contributions to our elective and for their consistent support as monthly donors of FACTS.

Caring for the Whole Person in Miscarriage Management

Caring for the Whole Person in Miscarriage Management

As with so much in medicine, the management of miscarriage must go beyond meeting medical needs to caring for the human being who experiences this significant loss. Dr. Abigail Finder was in her last year of medical school when she interviewed Maria, a woman who has experienced miscarriage more than once. The interview highlights the advantages of such a compassionate, medically sound, and holistic approach in the care of these families.

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