A new method developed by the Fertility Alliance is poised to reduce fertility for the average American woman.
Called the FETM (Fertility Awareness Tool), the tool is currently being tested in New York City and California and could be deployed in all 50 states by 2020.
FETm, which stands for Family Education for Maintaining Maternity, will be tested for more than a dozen states in the coming months.FETm works by identifying the factors that contribute to an unplanned pregnancy and adjusting the birth weight of a child born after the birth to match the body weight at the time.
If the mother’s weight remains above the ideal weight, the child will be considered an FET.
Fetm also uses technology to predict a woman’s fertility, which it compares to the mother and father’s.
The tool calculates the average age at first birth, the age of the first child, the average number of pregnancies in a woman and the average length of a woman in her first trimester.
Fets can then be adjusted based on age and birth weight to maintain an average pregnancy and birth.
The formula can be modified to reflect the weight of the individual’s current body weight, and FET can also be adjusted to include the average weight of children born to women in their prime.
Fertility Alliance CEO Scott Lander said the FETS approach has the potential to reduce the incidence of fertility loss and improve health care access and quality of care.
It will reduce the number of unintended pregnancies, reduce the amount of hospitalization for babies born with congenital abnormalities, and decrease the risk of heart attacks and strokes, he said.
A study by the Harvard School of Public Health showed that if a woman was born at the right weight and was raised with the right amount of nutrition and exercise, her chances of becoming pregnant increased by 35 percent.
The study also showed that women who had the Fets approach at the appropriate ages had lower rates of infant mortality, higher life expectancies, and higher rates of birth defects.
According to the Fetm website, the program is intended to reduce unplanned pregnancies and increase maternal health care utilization.
Lander said that by 2020, FET will have been tested in 100 million women across the U.S. The program is also intended to improve maternal health by helping women avoid unintended pregnancies.
The Fets program has received FDA approval to provide women with a more accurate prediction of their baby’s weight and the birthweight, and it is available for women in all U.K. countries.
Landers said the technology has been developed and tested in the United States, with the goal of making it more widely available.
The company said that it will use FET as the foundation for a new tool that will be introduced in 2020.
The Fets method uses a combination of biology and psychology to determine a woman the birth weights of her babies, and then the weight at which a fetus is expected to survive and thrive.
It is a tool that can be adapted to women’s body weights, birth weights, age and other factors.
According the Fetus Alliance website, FETS has been used to help women who are struggling to conceive and women who have experienced miscarriage, stillbirth or stillbirth-like conditions.
The initiative aims to be used in partnership with health care providers and to promote health literacy.
Fetts website lists five benefits of using the Fetts approach:1.
Improved fertility awareness and treatment.2.
Better quality of health care.3.
Reduced risk of preterm birth.4.
Improved life expectancy and quality-of-life.5.
Improved overall health and well-being.
Cynthia K. Williams, Ph.
D., president and CEO of the Feta Foundation, said the initiative is an important step toward reducing unwanted pregnancies and reducing the incidence and severity of ectopic pregnancies, or pregnancies that don’t result in a baby.
Williams added that by reducing unwanted pregnancy rates, the Fetchment Alliance is helping women to have more children.
Williams said that while she is concerned about the potential negative health impacts of the program, she also believes it is the right thing to do.
“I think this is the best of both worlds,” she said.
“This tool can be used to decrease unplanned births and increase health care and health literacy, and that is really what the Feths initiative is about.”