Patricia Irwin Jonhston offers with this book a resource for those with trouble conceiving. Ms. Johnston wrote this book after her struggles with infertility and after adopting children of her own. During her struggle with infertility, she found very few references for those not in the medical profession, so she set out to create one of her own. A great part of this book are the references at the end of each chapter-she gives lots of good tips for organizations and other books that can help a person dig deeper into their problem. Topics covered in this book are: how and when to find a doctor, what testing might be needed, infertility myths, help with the decision to adopt or stop infertility treatment and much more. It is comprehensive, though not indepth on all topics. I would recommend this, as a fellow infertility patient, as a great place to start. If you are looking for information on a specific topic, you may not find it in this book, but it will probably give you help with where to go next.
A must have book!!!!
Published by Thriftbooks.com User , 22 years ago
This book is excellent for women who are just starting to have trouble concieving. It gives detailed descriptions of what your body should be doing naturally during each cycle and what you can do to tell if something could be wrong, for instance, if you are ovulating each cycle or not.
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