by Melvin J. Frisch, Gayle Rapoport
Purchase at: Amazon.com
Format: Paperback, 328pp.
Publisher: Berkley Publishing Group
Pub. Date: January 1987
Description from Amazon.com
Focused too much on Fertility Intervention, December 1, 2000
Reviewer: Sarah George (see more about me) from Arizona
I bought this book with
hopes that it would give me some tips on conceiving easier. It did have some
good information, but is set up in a question/answer format, and the answers are
not very in depth. I didn't like the fact that it mostly centered on fertility
medication and other such medical intervention. Even if you are considering
fertility intervention, I still would not recommend this book because it's
information leaves you wanting more.
Description from BarnesandNoble.com
From the Publisher
In clear, understandable language, this book will explain exactly what a
fertility problem is and how to resolve it. It describes the causes of male and
female infertility and details what tests are available to determine the source
of the problem. All the latest procedures--in vitro and in-vivo fertilization,
drug therapy, surgical techniques--are surveyed to provide what you need to know
to evaluate and explore alternatives.
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