FEMM

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The Care You Deserve When You Need It

Take Control of Your Health with FEMM

Did you know that your reproductive health affects your overall health?

FEMM (Fertility Education and Medical Management) is an education and prevention-based reproductive health program that teaches women to understand and monitor their hormonal and other vital signs of health at all stages of reproductive life. The body functions as an integrated whole. Therefore, reproductive health affects overall health.

FEMM Education provides you with the information necessary to understand everything from A to Z: acne, birth control, depression, fatigue, migraines, pain, PMS, weight gain, and many other women’s health issues.

Identify what is normal and healthy about your cycle so that you can make informed choices. Learn the science of your body to detect potential health issues as they arise and to recognize days of fertility to avoid or achieve pregnancy.

FEMM collaborates with the Reproductive Health Research Institute (RHRI) in the training of FEMM Medical Management Providers to use specific protocols to diagnose and treat underlying hormonal issues causing conditions such as ovulatory dysfunction, polycystic ovaries, endometriosis, thyroid problems, infertility, menopausal disorders, and depression. Treatment can range from immunological support to targeted pharmacological interventions and includes significant emphasis on diet, exercise, and lifestyle changes.


FEMM Classes provided at Woman’s New Life Clinic:

FEMM Session 1: FEMM and Your Health

  • Learn how hormones influence your health and how to chart hormonal activity.

FEMM Session 2: FEMM Expert

  • Learn to identify healthy patterns or health problems.

FEMM Session 3: FEMM Family Planning

  • Learn to manage your fertility naturally.
  • Avoid or Achieve Pregnancy.

TeenFEMM: 6 classes that provide the necessary information to understand what’s normal and healthy at every stage of your daughter’s life.

  • The link between hormones and health
  • Brain development and changing emotions
  • Lifestyle choices
  • Sexual health and STIs

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