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Fastest Way to Get Pregnant Naturally, by Christopher D. Williams

The Fastest Way to Get Pregnant Naturally

by Christopher D. Williams

Purchase at:  Amazon.com 

Format: Paperback, 1st ed., 300pp. 
ISBN: 0786885564
Publisher: Hyperion
Pub. Date: February 2001
Edition Desc: 1 ED

Description from Amazon.com

Library Journal 

"Offers important preconceptual advice for everyone of childbearing age . . . a useful book that fills a gap in the current literature."

Book Description 

The best book to show normally fertile couples how to increase their chances of conceiving quickly

You've thought about it, talked about it, weighed the options, and decided to take the plunge and get pregnant. But who wants to wait months or even years to conceive? You're ready now! For the millions of couples who want to have a baby, here's the perfect resource to help maximize their chances for a natural conception and get pregnant on their own timetable. Written by an OB-GYN and fertility specialist, this book draws on all the latest information and technology to show how careful planning, diet, exercise, frequency, and timing of intercourse can influence a woman's chances for conception. In clear, accessible language, Dr. Christopher Williams reviews the male and female reproductive system, discusses when to stop birth control, dispels myths and rumors about fertility, and explains how to predict ovulation. This first-ever guide to prompt, easy conception goes a long way in helping couples realize their dreams of starting a family when the time is right for them.

About the Author 

Christopher D. Williams, M.D., is an assistant professor in the Division of Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility at the University of Virginia School of Medicine.

Description from BarnesandNoble.com

From the Publisher 

The best book to show normally fertile couples how to increase their chances of conceiving quicklyYou've thought about it, talked about it, weighed the options, and decided to take the plunge and get pregnant. But who wants to wait months or even years to conceive? You're ready now! For the millions of couples who want to have a baby, here's the perfect resource to help maximize their chances for a natural conception and get pregnant on their own timetable. Written by an OB-GYN and fertility specialist, this book draws on all the latest information and technology to show how careful planning, diet, exercise, frequency, and timing of intercourse can influence a woman's chances for conception. In clear, accessible language, Dr. Christopher Williams reviews the male and female reproductive system, discusses when to stop birth control, dispels myths and rumors about fertility, and explains how to predict ovulation. This first-ever guide to prompt, easy conception goes a long way in helping couples realize their dreams of starting a family when the time is right for them.

Author Bio: Christopher D. Williams, M.D., is a clinical instructor of reproductive endocrinology and fertility in the department of obstetrics and gynecology at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

From Library Journal

Williams, a medical doctor specializing in obstetrics and gynecology, offers important preconceptual advice for everyone of childbearing age. He discusses how to achieve a speedy conception and explains what to do in the preconceptual and early pregnancy periods to improve the pregnancy outcome and increase the child's chances for a healthy start in life. Despite the book's title, those seeking information on natural fertility enhancement methods, such as herbal supplementation, may be disappointed. The natural methods alluded to involve working with the body's natural fertility by better understanding human reproductive physiology, and the author does recommend the use of medical technology, including hormone testing, sonograms, and vaccines. Still, this is a useful book that fills a gap in the current literature in two ways: it addresses conception for couples who do not have diagnosed medical conditions interfering with fertility, and it incorporates new research findings and information on current reproductive technology. Recommended for all public libraries. Noemie Maxwell, Seattle Midwifery Sch. Copyright 2001 Cahners Business Information.
 

 


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