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Now Opening Enrollment For December 2019 Fertility Awareness Course

Now Opening Enrollment For December 2019 Fertility Awareness Course

I am so excited to be offering this new course for those interested in learning the symptothermal method of fertility awareness. The method I teach is based on the rules studies by Sensiplan. You can read about this study here. I found fertility awareness after 7 years on the pill, and it really rocked my … Continue reading Now Opening Enrollment For December 2019 Fertility Awareness Course

Shortcut charting, or “Wait… I don’t have to take my temperature every day?”

Many people come into FAM overwhelmed by all the data that they have to collect daily. It can be a bit of a turn off for those new to the method. They may wonder why they have to check their cervical mucus ALL day and then set an alarm on top of that. When you … Continue reading Shortcut charting, or “Wait… I don’t have to take my temperature every day?”

An Honest Review of Tempdrop

An Honest Review of Tempdrop

Did you know that there are now wearable basal body temperature thermometers? A few such as iFertracker, Ava, and Tempdrop are now on the market. In this blog, I will review the Tempdrop device. Tempdrop is a wearable basal body temperature thermometer that came onto the market in 2017. Rather than setting an alarm, women … Continue reading An Honest Review of Tempdrop

Why Fertility Awareness Can Be a Feminist Choice

In this blog, I'm going to refute some of the arguments against fertility awareness. At the risk of losing some of my audience immediately, I have included the word feminist in this blog title. A while back, I got into an argument in a Facebook comment section with someone who was offended by this article … Continue reading Why Fertility Awareness Can Be a Feminist Choice

Free Downloadable Paper Charts

I created some #NFPTA inspired paper charts. These charts can also be used for methods like Taking Charge of Your Fertility, Sensiplan, and other STMs (like the one I teach) too. I always have trouble finding charts without temperature scales. As someone with lower temperatures than average, the standard temperature scale just doesn't work for … Continue reading Free Downloadable Paper Charts

Why I Do Not Suggest Using Natural Cycles

Natural Cycles costs around $10 a month, or $80 a year. The app claims to be able to tell you when you are and when you aren't fertile by using basal body temperature (ovulation strips are optional). This claim is not true. Natural Cycles only has a 93% typical use efficacy rating. After my experience, … Continue reading Why I Do Not Suggest Using Natural Cycles