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What to Do When You Can't Get Pregnant : The Complete Guide to All the Options for Couples Facing Fertility Issues

By (author) Daniel Potter , By (author) Jennifer S Hanin

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The complete guide to all the options for couples facing fertility issues, now revised and updated Newsweek praised What to Do When You Can't Get Pregnant for guiding readers through "the medical maze" of infertility treatments. In this completely revised and updated edition, world renowned fertility expert Dr. Daniel A. Potter and journalist Jennifer Hanin have revised their step-by-step guide to walk readers through their best options for conception and birth. Updates include: Advances in natural products for women New supplements, medications, and treatment protocols Advice from leading experts on all areas of infertility treatment The latest in egg freezing, vitrification, gender selection, and genetic testing The future of IVF and reproductive medicine Drawing on the latest science, Potter and Hanin offer sound advice for choosing the right doctor, asking the right questions, and living a healthy, fertile lifestyle. Complete with advice on how to handle the frustrations of not being able to conceive, What to Do When You Can't Get Pregnant remains a couple's best guide to making informed decisions about fertility issues.

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  • Paperback | 352 pages
  • 152.4 x 231.14 x 30.48mm | 430.91g
  • 12 Dec 2013
  • The Perseus Books Group
  • Da Capo Lifelong
  • Camnridge, US
  • English
  • Revised
  • 2nd Revised edition
  • Black and white images and diagrams throughout
  • 0738216917
  • 9780738216911
  • 1,389,785

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Author Information

Daniel A. Potter, MD is a well known fertility specialist in private practice in Newport Beach, California. Dr. Potter is an internationally sought after expert in gender selection, pre-implantation genetic diagnosis and in vitro fertilization. Dr. Potter is currently the Medical Director at HRC Fertility which has eight offices across southern California. In addition to his duties at HRC Fertility, Dr. Potter is the laboratory director for the genetics company Natera Incorporated in Redwood City, California. Through Natera, Dr. Potter has personally participated in the development of the latest, state of the art platforms for genetic testing of embryos. Dr. Potter has authored or co-authored more than 40 scientific articles and has presented his research at meetings throughout the United States and Europe including the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, the European Society for Human Reproduction and Embryology, the Society for Gynecologic Investigation, the American College of Genetics and the Pacific Coast Reproductive Society. Dr. Potter resides in Laguna Beach, California with his wife and two daughters both of whom were conceived through in vitro fertilization. Jennifer Hanin is an award-winning writer, influential blogger, freelance journalist and author. JTA ranked Jennifer (@jennhanin) as #38 on their 100 Most Influential Jewish Twitter Users for 2010, and #10 in the category of Politics and Policy. She also won Shorty Awards in the categories of Religion and Judaism in 2009. She has appeared on television and radio to discuss her book and blog, and her blog has generated interest from every continent except Antarctica. Jennifer's background includes writing and project management for Fortune 500 corporations including KBR, Compaq and Honeywell. She holds an M.A. in Public Relations from the University of Houston. Jennifer resides with her husband and twin daughters in Southern California.

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InfoDad.com, 12/26/2013 "An exceptionally wide-ranging and mostly approachably written guide to fertility issues and what to do about them...Enormously helpful." BookViews blog, 12/31/2013 "For those couples dealing with the issue, they will take comfort in known they are not isolated and without direction in facing their problem."

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