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Chart Your Cycle For Fertility Awareness

Discover the art and science of the Fertility Awareness Method.

Dive into the intricate rhythms of the menstrual cycle, gaining a deep understanding of hormonal fluctuations and fertility. Learn to chart vital signs such as basal body temperature and cervical mucus to pinpoint fertile windows, whether you’re seeking to avoid or achieve pregnancy.

This course not only equips you with essential knowledge about your body and fertility, but also empowers you to take control of your reproductive and overall health. 

Course Highlights:

Explore the intricacies of the menstrual cycle, delve into hormonal fluctuations, and master the art of charting your cycle utilizing your body's physical signs. Gain the knowledge and tools to make informed decisions about family planning and your overall reproductive health.

    1. Understanding Your Cycle: Learn to interpret the various phases of the menstrual cycle, including ovulation and fertile windows.
    2. Hormonal Insights: Gain in-depth knowledge of hormonal fluctuations during the menstrual cycle and their impact on fertility.
    3. Charting and Tracking: Discover how to accurately chart basal body temperature, cervical mucus, and other signs to monitor fertility.
    4. Family Planning: Understand how FAM can be used for both achieving and avoiding pregnancy.
    5. Health Benefits: Explore the health and wellness benefits of FAM, including improved awareness of your body and reproductive health.
    6. Empowering Women: Learn how FAM empowers you to take control of your health and fertility. 

    Who Should Take This Course?


    Women: This course is designed for women of reproductive age and all backgrounds who wish to deepen their understanding of their bodies, hormones, fertility and overall health.


    Couples: Couples interested in working with a woman's natural cycles to achieve or avoid pregnancy .


    Healthcare Professionals and Educators: Those with a focus on women's health and hormones, looking to enhance their knowledge in the menstrual cycle and hormones and support their patients.