Men, Women, and Infertility: Intervention and Treatment Strategies

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Lexington Books, 1993 - Medical - 256 pages
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Men, Women, and Infertility explores the impact of infertility on virtually every aspect of personality. Aline Zoldbrod, a certified sex therapist as well as a licensed psychologist, looks at some of the most important but neglected questions facing infertile couples.
Men, Women, and Infertility is the first book written expressly for the professionals - therapists, infertility nurses and doctors - who help couples cope with these painful issues. Yet at the same time, it is accessible to the patients themselves. It validates many of their fears and questions and lets them know that they are far from alone.

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Contents

Introduction
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Men Women andInfertility
10
Taking
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Aline P. Zoldbrod, Ph.D., is a certified sex therapist and licensed psychologist in private practice and at the Lahey Clinic Center for Sexual Function in Peabody, MA.

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