The Fertility Sourcebook: Everything You Need to Know

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Lowell House, 1998 - Infertility - 307 pages
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At last! This hard-to-find information presented sensitively and accurately One out of every five North American couples experiences difficulty in conceiving, and finding the source of infertility can be a frustrating and time-consuming process. If you are grappling with the complexity of this situation, "The Fertility Sourcebook" will be a welcome source of information and comfort. This thoroughly updated edition includes hard-to-find information on fertility planning for same-sex couples and a foreword by Masood A. Khatamee, M.D., F.A.C.O.G.

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Contents

Social and Environmental
1
Who Is a Fertility Doctor
15
The Seven Habits of Highly Infertile People
45
Copyright

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About the author (1998)

M. Sara Rosenthal is a bioethicist, medical journalist, and author of over twenty widely recommended health books, including her two bestselling books on thyroid disease: "The Thyroid Sourcebook", recommended by the "New York Times", and "The Thyroid Sourcebook for Women". She is also the medical ethics consultant for The American Foundation for Thyroid Patients. For more information, visit www.sarahealth.com.

Khatamee is Executive Director of Fertility Research Foundation.

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