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How is having a baby different for women in their late thirties and early forties?
If you're between 35 and 45 and trying to have a baby, or have already conceived, here's the reassurance you need ... and the facts you've been waiting for. Maggie Jones evaluates the advantages as well as the risks of later motherhood. Whether you are considering your first pregnancy after 35 or are starting a "second" family later in life, Motherhood After 35 is written with you in mind.
The author describes simply and clearly how to have the healthiest pregnancy possible and the options available. She describes the stages of labor in helpful detail, as well as the first days of parenthood.
Chapters include: -Making the decision -If you can't get pregnant -Pregnant at last -The birth: natural or not -Adjusting to Parenthood
The most up-to-date research provides you with a wealth of advice on prenatal testing, natural birth, breastfeeding, hormonal problems, sex and relationships, adoption and miscarriage. Motherhood After 35 also addresses the issue of fertility treatments now available to women in their forties and beyond.
About the Author
Maggie Jones has written 11 books on health and childcare issues. She is also a breastfeeding counselor. Ms. Jones is married and has three children.
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For women between 35 and 45, who are trying to have a baby or who have
already conceived, Maggie Jones evaluates the advantages as well as the risks of
later motherhood. Whether the reader is considering her first pregnancy after 35
or is starting a "second" family later in life, this book is written
with her in mind. 224 pp.
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