Description from Amazon.com
Written for couples, Rosenthal's step-by-step resource covers planning conception, lifestyle habits that may interfere with conception, the investigation of fertility, causes of infertility and current treatments for it, assisted reproductive techniques, pregnancy loss, and alternatives to childbearing. Rosenthal balances scientific data and interpersonal issues in a warm, supportive presentation that demonstrates concern for the whole person. Particularly valuable in that respect is the chapter on alternatives, in which Rosenthal regards stopping infertility treatment, pursuing adoption, and adapting to child-free living alike as successful outcomes. Another of the guide's fine features is its practical, how-to approach to specific techniques of fertility testing and treatment. Kathryn Carpenter --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Comprehensive guide to planning conception, finding the right specialist, and evaluating fertility treatment options. For consumers. Previous edition: c1995. Softcover.
Description from BarnesandNoble.com
"Now in its second edition, this fertility resource addresses the
latest in fertility treatments, such as issues for same-sex partners &
ethical considerations, as well as basic information about treatment
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