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How to Get Pregnant: With the New Technology, by Sherman J. Silber

How to Get Pregnant: With the New Technology 

by Sherman J. Silber

Purchase at:  Amazon.com 

Format: Paperback, 1st ed., 416pp.
ISBN: 0446674052
Publisher: Warner Books, Incorporated
Pub. Date: July 1998
Edition Desc: REV

Description from Amazon.com

Editorial Reviews

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The bestselling author of "How to Get Pregnant" returns with the most recent developments on this vital topic, including information on ovarian tissue freezing, MESA, TESE, and ICSI procedures, vasectomy and tubal ligation reversal, and more.

The publisher, and editor, May 4, 1999
The most up to date book on how to get pregnant. 
From the author of the bestselling HOW TO GET PREGNANT comes a newly updated and revised edition of the book that has helped thousands of couples have the babies of their dreams.

For anyone considering getting pregnant, HOW TO GET PREGNANT WITH THE NEW TECHNOLOGY will be invaluable reading. In accessible, easy to understand lanugage, Dr. Silber addresses such subjects as endometriosis, menopause, vasectomy, insurance coverage for infertility treatments, and whether babies born as the result of the dramatic new techniques are as bright and healthy as other children.

Dr. Sherman Silber is an internationally known pioneer in infertility treatment. Infertile couples come to see him from all over the world for treatment at his center.

As Dr. Robert Kistner, president of the American Fertility Society, says, "This book should be required reading for every medical student, physician, and couple dealing with infertility."

Description from BarnesandNoble.com

Annotation

A world-renowned fertility expert tells readers what really works, what doesn't, and why. Dr. Silber follows his breakthrough bestseller How to Get Pregnant with this guide to the latest medical treatments and techniques for getting pregnant.

From the Publisher

The bestselling author of "How to Get Pregnant" returns with the most recent developments on this vital topic, including information on ovarian tissue freezing, MESA, TESE, and ICSI procedures, vasectomy and tubal ligation reversal, and more.
 


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