Getting pregnant: a guide for the infertile couple
A leading physician in the field of gynecology sensitively explores the psychological and medical problems faced by infertile couples, offering essential advice, hope for treatment, and an explanation of the new reproductive technologies. Illustrated.
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Introduction Why This Book Was Written
The Cervical Factor and the Postcoital Test
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