Infertility in Practice

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Churchill Livingstone, 1997 - Medical - 400 pages
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This book is written for the general gynaecologist. It gives practical instructions, with clear illustrations, in the non-specialist management of infertility. This source provides up-to-date information for a field of study which is undergoing rapid technological change. It explains basic investigations to exclude obvious causes of infertility: hormones, laparoscopy, and basic treatment: ovulation induction. The book also describes the techniques of assisted conception available in specialist centers, demystifying an acronym-ridden and fast-moving subject for the benefit of the general gynaecologist who may need to refer patients for specialist treatment. Because infertility is a "sensitive" area, the book addresses counselling and support

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Contents

Introduction
3
Prevention of infertility
13
Planning a pregnancy
25
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