The Everything Pregnancy Book: All you need to get you through the most important nine months of your life!

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Adams Media, Jan 15, 2012 - Health & Fitness - 352 pages
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You just got that positive pregnancy test and suddenly you feel lost in a sea of questions, concerns, what-ifs, and what-nows? To navigate this new world of body changes, blood tests, mood swings, and baby gear, you need a helpful guide that?s with you from the first positive test to the last push. Luckily, this is the ideal guide for soon-to-be moms who are unsure of what to do after they get the big news.

Completely revised and packed with even more information, this month-by-month resource walks you through the different phases of pregnancy and offers practical advice on:

  • Understanding physical and emotional changes
  • Selecting the right diet for you and baby
  • Understanding prenatal tests and screenings
  • Choosing the best labor and delivery options
  • Budgeting for the new addition to the family

This new edition also includes the latest information on nutrition, finding alternative care and treatments (yoga, anyone?), and checklists and worksheets to help parents-to-be plan for any occasion. This indispensable guide gives you the inspiration, support, and advice you need to get through your pregnancy--and beyond!

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About the author (2012)

Paula Ford-Martin is the author of the bestselling The Everything Pregnancy Book, 3rd Edition and the mother of two daughters. She is a medical writer and editor who has published extensively on topics in traditional and alternative medicine for patients, practitioners, caregivers, and industry audiences. Paula is also the editor-in-chief of dLife, a diabetes education company, and an executive producer of dLifeTV (CNBC). She is a member of the American Medical Writers Association (AMWA) and the Association of Health Care Journalists (AHCJ).

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