Six Steps to Increased Fertility: An Integrated Medical and Mind/Body Program to Promote Conception

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Touchstone, Dec 11, 2001 - Health & Fitness - 256 pages
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...and the really good news is that most of you can conceive naturally, without expensive high-tech intervention. The six-step mind/body fertility enhancement program from Harvard Medical School could give you the answer.
  • How can I relax when I'm worried sick about getting pregnant?
  • Can antidepressants affect my fertility?
  • Is there some medicine I can take to increase my sperm production?
  • Does being a vegetarian increase or decrease my chances of conception?

Start to help yourself by learning the newest information on how simple lifestyle changes affect fertility.

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Six steps to increased fertility: an integrated medical and mind/body program to promote conception

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Recently, infertility books have either followed the medical or the natural approach. Bridging this gap, this book provides incremental guidelines to maximizing chances of conceiving naturally, then ... Read full review

Very informative

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I have been trying to conceive for a year and a half. This book is very informative and I can relate to all of it. Read full review


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Robert L. Barbieri, M.D., is the chairman of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston and a professor of obstetrics, gynecology and reproductive biology at Harvard Medical School.

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