Rose has been charting her own cycles since 1998 and has been a Fertility Awareness Educator since 1999. She has been a facilitator of the non-profit Fertility Awareness Charting Circle since 2005 and completed a Master’s thesis of original research on Fertility Awareness in 2006. She is a certified Justisse Holistic Reproductive Health Practitioner and a faculty member at the pioneering Justisse College. She is a member of the Society for Menstrual Cycle Research and the Association of Fertility Awareness Professionals. Rose has a diverse practice that serves gender and sexual minorities as well as those who are polyamorous or have alternative relationship structures.
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- Clarifying the appropriate terms and defining LGBTQAI
- The benefits of fertility awareness charting for all women regardless of gender identity or sexuality
- Using your menstrual cycle as a diagnostic tool
- How using fertility awareness can help improve your chances of conception outside of the context of a heterosexual relationship
- What is necessary to conceive for gender & sexual minorities
- What is social infertility?
- How can a couple access sperm? What are the options for sperm donation?
- How can fertility awareness be utilized to optimize the chances of conception for a home insemination with either fresh or frozen sperm?
- What is the difference between fresh and frozen sperm?
- What supplies are needed for a home insemination? What are the steps?
- What is the role of cervical mucus in conception?
- What are the special considerations to be aware of when using frozen sperm for a home insemination?
- How can ovulation predictor kits (OPKs) be useful in timing home insemination?
- What are the barriers to accessing sperm?
- Are gender and sexual minorities more likely to be offered artificial reproductive technology for conception?
- The application of fertility awareness to support trans or non-binary persons with natural conception
- Fertility Awareness charting for trans men and trans women
- The benefits of charting your cycles even when using artificial reproductive technology
- The importance of having an informed consent and support for the options that you chose
- Body literacy and reproductive choice
Connect with Rose:
- A Guide to Fertility for Sexual and Gender Minorities
- Charting for Gender and Sexual Minorities
- Fertility Awareness 101 FREE Video Series
- Fertility Friday Facebook Group
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- FFP 003 | Identifying Menstrual Irregularities with Fertility Awareness | Special Charting Considerations | Rose Yewchuk
- FFP 015 | Fertility Awareness Method Cycle Charting Q&A Session | Common Charting Questions | Rose Yewchuk
- [On-Air Client Session] FFP | 113 Fertility Awareness Reality Series | Hypothalamic Amenorrhea | Making Fertility Awareness Work for You | FAM & Breastfeeding | Managing Your Fertile Window | Sarah, Lisa, & Rose Yewchuk
- FFP 088 | IVF Using Donor Eggs | Egg Donation | Infertility | Donor Egg Bank USA | Heidi Hayes
- FFP 109 | The Reality of Aging & Fertility | IVF & Assisted Reproductive Technology | The Future of Fertility Treatments | Dr. Marjorie Dixon
- Fertility Awareness Reality Series Episodes | Fertility Friday
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Music Credit: Intro/Outro music Produced by J-Gantic
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