The Fertility Sourcebook
One out of every five North American couples experiences difficulty in conceiving a child. Finding the source of and the cure for infertility can be a frustrating, complex, time-consuming, and expensive process. The Fertility Sourcebook is an objective, complete, up-to-date guide to finding the right specialist and evaluating treatment options. This newly revised third edition provides the latest in high-tech fertility treatments, information on alternative approaches, the current thinking on ethical considerations, and alternatives to having one's own biological child. Chapters include advice on how to find a fertility specialist, changing lifestyle habits to enhance fertility, fertility drugs and their risks, assisted reproductive technology, dealing with pregnancy loss and repeated miscarriages, and much more.
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Social and Environmental Causes of Infertility
Who Is a Fertility Doctor and When Do You Need One?
The Seven Habits of Highly Infertile People
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