The Fertility Plan: A Holistic Program for Conceiving a Healthy Baby

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Simon and Schuster, 2000 - Medical - 143 pages
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Prepare for pregnancy, naturally

"The Fertility Plan" is a uniquely effective guide to boosting your fertility without relying on drug therapies or invasive surgical procedures. With its simple, five-stage holistic program, "The Fertility Plan" encourages you to develop fertility awareness and play an active, responsible role in your journey toward parenthood. Whether you're finding it difficult to conceive on your own, or you're looking for a safe, reliable way to ensure a healthy pregnancy, you can enhance your chances with:

* A specific nine-month, countdown-to-conception plan that will bring you and your partner to peak mental and physical condition

* Natural self-diagnosis methods for understanding both male and female fertility levels, including how to judge sperm quality and monitor egg production

* Information on identifying and eliminating hazards to reproductive and fetal health

* Instructions on how to use yoga, massage, homeopathy, and other natural treatments to boost fertility and keep your spirits high

* A sound nutritional program for maintaining health before and during pregnancy

Fully illustrated and designed with dozens of user-friendly checklists, charts, and diagrams, "The Fertility Plan" provides the guidance you need to achieve the healthy pregnancy you want.


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Looking at parenting issues
Chapter two Boost your fertility
Chapter three Fertility awareness
Dealing with subfertility
Ways to boost your wellbeing
Assisted conception
Index and acknowledgments

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About the author (2000)

Helen Caton is a journalist, business planner, and marketing consultant, and the founder of The Blueprint Consultants Group in the UK. She has worked extensively with complementary healthcare therapists and is particularly involved in developing holistic health programs to make them more widely available.

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