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Restorative Reproductive Medicine is the way forward.

Whether you are student, resident, or a practicing medical professional, you can learn to restore health in a new way. 

Restorative Reproductive Medicine (RRM) is the best kept secret in women's healthcare today.
 

Restorative Reproductive Medicine is a medical discipline that seeks to identify and treat the root cause of reproductive problems. It is an approach that cooperates with and restores the normal physiology and anatomy of the human reproductive system. It does not use methods that suppress or cause harm to the natural functioning of the female reproductive system.

 

RRM trained doctors and practitioners collaborate with women in their medical care by utilizing a woman's cycle chart as part of the diagnostic process. Fertility charts are an important tool to carefully time testing and medications in women. Changes in a woman's charting empower her to her body and the effects of treatment.

If this is new to you, welcome! Please explore the information below to learn more about educational and training opportunities in restorative reproductive medicine!

CME Education Opportunities

RRM trained doctors and practitioners collaborate with women in their medical care by utilizing a woman's cycle chart as part of the diagnostic process.

A fertility chart can be utilized
 as a diagnostic tool to guide diagnosis and treatment of root-cause issues including but not limited to:

Infertility (male and female)

Miscarriage

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome

Premature Birth

Ovarian Cysts

Premenstrual Syndrome

Postpartum Depression

Irregular Cycles

Premenopausal Symptoms

Irregular Vaginal Bleeding

Family Planning

Endometriosis and more!

Attend a live webinar to learn how a woman's cycle is a fifth vital sign and a window to the health of the whole body.

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FACTS About Fertility, a non-profit medical organization, hosts monthly live (and on-demand) webinars! Medical professionals can receive up to 1.5 AAFP-approved CME credits. Webinars include: 

www.FACTSaboutFertility.org

Learn more about FACTS under the professional organizations tab.

  • The Female Cycle as the Fifth Vital Sign

  • FABMs for Family Planning with a Focus on Preventing Pregnancy 

  • FABMs for Family Planning with a Focus on Achieving Pregnancy 

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