Description from Amazon.com
Joseph J. Rovinsky, M.D., Director of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Sound Shore Medical Center of Westchester
"I think this is a breakthrough publication about the advances in assisted reproductive technology...This is the first time, to my knowledge, that comparative costs have been detailed and the complex and ever-changing relationship to third-party payor for health care has been approached."
Too often, infertile couples are treated as medical patients, subject to costly and invasive tests, procedures, and even surgery in an effort to diagnose and then treat whatever is keeping them from conceiving. But infertility is not a disease. It is the natural process of conception gone awry...and conception is far too complex to diagnose and treat with any reliability.
The Pregnancy Prescription presents a step-by-step plan for overcoming infertility by augmenting the natural process of conception and using advanced reproductive techniques to bypass those stages of the reproductive system that appear most likely to be malfunctioning.
The success-oriented approach described in The Pregnancy Prescription can help resolve your infertility as quickly, safely, and cost-effectively as possible, no matter where you are in your quest for a pregnancy.
About the Author
Hugh D. Melnick, M.D., is founder and director of one of the first independent, non-hospital-based infertility centers: Advanced Fertility Services in New York City. He is a leader in the field of infertility treatment and has helped thousands of couples conceive through the success-oriented approach. Dr. Melnick has specialized in infertility and reproductive endocrinology since 1974.
Nancy Intrator is a writer from Chappaqua, NY, who specializes in health and family-related topics. Her work has appeared in national publications including American Health for Women, Cosmopolitan, Working Mother, Yachting, The Christian Science Monitor, and specialized publications for the health care industry. As a past patient of Dr. Melnick, she conceived using the success-oriented approach.
Description from BarnesandNoble.com
"...examines the differences between success-oriented and diagnosis-oriented infertility treatments...outlines Melnick's "pregnancy prescription", which incorporates success-oriented techniques."
From the Publisher
Here is a unique approach to helping couples resolve their infertility as
quickly and cost-effectively as possible. This book argues that in most cases
whatever problems are keeping a couple from conceiving eventually prove
impossible to diagnose and/or treat with any degree of reliability. Therefore,
it is more efficient to bypass, rather than treat these problems. Using this
approach, advanced reproductive techniques such as in vitro fertilization are
recommended much earlier in the process. A discussion of the controversial
aspects of infertility treatment, the array of fertility drugs, and the costs
involved is especially helpful.
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