A Baby at Last!: The Couple's Complete Guide to Getting Pregnant--from Cutting-Edge Treatments to Commonsense Wisdom (Google eBook)
Simon and Schuster, Jun 15, 2010 - Health & Fitness - 304 pages
Your very own consultation with the world’s leading fertility doctors!
The trailblazing fertility program at New York Presbyterian-Weill Cornell Medical Center has pioneered many of the procedures that are now standard practices in fertility centers around the world. If you can’t get to New York for a consultation with Dr. Rosenwaks and Dr. Goldstein, A Baby At Last! puts the doctors’ expertise down on paper, offering all the information you need on the latest fertility treatments in order to make informed decisions. In this comprehensive, practical, and up-to-date handbook for diagnosing and treating infertility in both men and women, you’ll get invaluable advice on:
• When to seek help: you may not need to wait at all
• Finding the right doctors, and knowing the tough questions you need to ask
• What tests to have for him and her, when to have them, and why
• Whether or not you’re a candidate for advanced treatments, including IVF, ICSI, and beyond
Covering everything from the latest technologies to the emotional hurdles associated with
infertility, Drs. Rosenwaks and Goldstein share the knowledge and expertise that make the
pregnancy success rates for Weill Cornell patients among the highest in the world. Here, as never
before, is a book that can help you, too, bring home a baby at last!
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Two What Factors Determine His Fertility?
Three What Factors Determine Her Fertility?
Four What a Couple Can Do
Five Whos on Your Team?
Six What Tests Should a Man Have?
Seven What Tests Should a Woman Have?
Eight Taking Action for Men
Eleven Am I a Candidate for ICSI?
Twelve What Are My Other Options?
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Fourteen Other Fertility Issues
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