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How to Be a Successful Fertility Patient: Medical Help to Have a Baby, by Peggy Robin

How to Be a Successful Fertility Patient: Your Guide to Getting the Best Possible Medical Help to Have a Baby

by Peggy Robin

Purchase at:  Amazon.com | Barnes and Noble (click on "Read Excerpt" link to access an online chapter)

Format: Paperback, 1st ed., 418pp.
ISBN: 0688117325
Publisher: Morrow,William & Co
Pub. Date: September 1993

Description from Amazon.com

Book Description

Infertility affects as many as one in five American couples -- but to the couple trying to have a baby, infertility is a deeply personal, individual matter. The infertile couple will have no trouble finding books that describe in dry medical jargon what treatments are available and how they work. How to Be a Successful Fertility Patient is the first book to speak to the very real emotional and practical aspects of infertility treatment today, telling what treatment feels like from the patients point of view. This is the book that will help the couple to decide which course of action is best for them.

Peggy Robin interviewed more than one hundred infertility patients for this book, and you will benefit from their trials and errors, as well as their successes.How to Be a Successful Fertility Patient explains:How to go from infertility diagnosis to effective treatment as quickly as possibleHow different treatment regimens might affect your general health and life-styleHow to find insurance that will pay for your fertility careWhich tests are crucial and which can be avoidedWhen to switch doctorsWhat options are available for nontraditional couples: unmarried partners, gays and lesbians, those who face religious strictures, and others How to Be a Successful Fertility Patient may be the most valuable book on infertility you can buy.

Ingram 

This no-nonsense consumer's guide to the new reproductive technologies goes beyond the jargon-laden, factoid-laden texts to explain how different treatment regimens might affect one's general health and lifestyle, which ones are covered by insurance, when to switch doctors, and more.

Description from BarnesandNoble.com

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This no-nonsense consumer's guide to the new reproductive technologies goes beyond the jargon-laden, factoid-laden texts to explain how different treatment regimens might affect one's general health and lifestyle, which ones are covered by insurance, when to switch doctors, and more.

From the Publisher 

Infertility affects as many as one in five American couples - but to the couple trying to have a baby, infertility is a deeply personal, individual matter. The infertile couple will have no trouble finding books that describe in dry medical jargon what treatments are available and how they work.How to Be a Successful Fertility Patient is the first book to speak to the very real emotional and practical aspects of infertility treatment today, telling what treatment feels like from the patient's point of view. This is the book that will help the couple to decide which course of action is best for them.

Peggy Robin interviewed more than one hundred infertility patients for this book, and you will benefit from their trials and errors, as well as their success.
 

 


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