Dr. Jessica Farnsworth, MD
Jessica is a family physician in Nebraska who volunteers as a consultant for EPM.
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article September 11, 2012
Do Babies Conceived by Mothers on the Pill Have Weaknesses or Abnormalities?
article January 10, 2012
Pregnancies conceived while on the pill or shortly after stopping the pill have an increased risk of miscarriage. The question seems to be: What is the teratogenic (ability of a substance to cause a defect in a baby) potential of birth control pills?
Does the Pregnancy Rate of Women on the Pill Prove That It Doesn’t Prevent Implantation?
article July 20, 2011
Pregnancy rates do not prove that the pill does not prevent implantation.
What Would You Recommend for Couples Having Infertility Problems?
article December 8, 2010
In our struggle to conceive and our desire to do it in a God-honoring way and also in a logical way, we have been pursuing the Creighton Model and I highly recommend it.
What Are the Moral Issues Related to In Vitro Fertilization?
article December 7, 2010
There are several moral issues with in vitro fertilization.