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Subject: Miscellaneous Infertility Books

This subject page lists books that do not readily fit into any of the other subject categories.

Adopting After Infertility

  1. Adopting After Infertility, by Patricia Irwin Johnston
     

  2. Adopting: Sound Choices, Strong Families, by Patricia Irwin Johnston
     

  3. One Tiny Hope: A Journal To My Adopted Child, by Kari Gilliam Palmer 

Financial

  1. Free Money for Treating Infertility, by Laurie Blum

Internet 

  1. Infertility on the Internet: How to Get On-Line and in Charge of Your Fertility, by Julie A Watson 

Motherhood After Age 35

  1. Hot Flashes Warm Bottles: First-Time Mothers Over Forty, by Nancy London
     

  2. Motherhood After 35: Choices, Decisions, Options, by Maggie Jones 

Religious

  1. And Hannah Wept: Infertility, Adoption, and the Jewish Couple, by Michael Gold
     

  2. The Master's Touch: Living with Infertility, by Roger Sonnenberg, Robin Sonnenberg, Thomas J. Doyle 

Secondary Infertility

  1. Wanting Another Child: Coping with Secondary Infertility, by Harriet F. Simons
     

Tools for Managing Your Fertility

  1. Wishing for a Baby: A Preconception Journal, by Julie A. Watson, Corinne Greenberg 

Subjects-To-Be-Determined

  1. Crybaby!, by Janice Williamson
     

  2. The Experience of Infertility, by Naomi Pfeffer, Anne Woollett 
     

  3. The Fertility Solution: a Revolutionary Approach to Reversing Infertility, by A. Toth
     

  4. Give Us a Child: Coping With the Personal Crisis of Infertility, by Lynda R. Stephenson
     

  5. Infertility: Medical, Emotional and Social Considerations, by Miriam Mazor, Harriet Simons (Miscellaneous)
     

  6. The Miracle Seekers: An Anthology of Infertility, by Mary Martin Mason
     


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