Getting Pregnant the Natural Way

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Wiley, Oct 30, 2000 - Health & Fitness - 272 pages
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The Wiley Women's Natural Health Series brings together mainstream, complementary, and alternative medical approaches. These unique books offer advice and support on a wide range of topics of concern to women, including perimenopause, breast health, and menopause.

Are you experiencing infertility?Written by an authority in complementary medicine, Getting Pregnant the Natural Way is a compassionate guide that offers natural approaches to help you now. Drawing on the benefits of herbal medicine, homeopathy, nutritional therapies, and mind-body medicine in conjunction with the latest medical therapies, Dr. Deborah Gordon explains the mechanisms of fertility and the possible causes of infertility, then outlines a simple six-step program to help you:
* Prepare your body, mind, and spirit for pregnancy
* Prevent, control, or reverse conditions that impair fertility
* Improve your overall feelings of health and well-being
* Reduce stress and anxiety
* Create balance in your life


Uniquely created from a woman's perspective, Getting Pregnant the Natural Way offers support, wisdom, and hope for you to reach your goal of a healthy pregnancy.

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Contents

CHAPTER
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CHAPTER
17
Male Fertility
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About the author (2000)

DEBORAH GORDON, M.D., completed her medical training, including her family practice residency, at the University of California at San Francisco. She is the founding partner of Complementary Medicine Associates, a complementary practice in Ashland, Oregon. Her practice incorporates therapies drawn from conventional medicine, herbal medicine, homeopathy, nutritional therapies, and mind-body medicine. She regularly lectures across the country.

D. S. FEINGOLD has contributed to numerous health books, including Alternative Medicine: The Definitive Guide and Alternative Health for Women, and has written for the health section of the Los Angeles Times as well as such trade publications as Healthy Mind, Healthy Body.

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