How to Get Pregnant
"How to Get Pregnant" is the essential guide to helping you achieve a happy, healthy pregnancy, telling you all you need to know about fertility and conception in one volume. The average couple takes around six months to conceive, and as many as a quarter of all couples take up to one year - after this time around one in six couples will continue to have problems and may need to seek help. This book provides vital, easily accessible information for couples at all stages, including updates on the latest developments, from ICSI to alternative therapies, nutritional advice, and all the most useful website and contact addresses, simple ways to enhance your natural fertility, causes of infertility, and the treatments available, when to seek medical advice, how to make the most of medical solutions, invaluable advice on emotional well-being for partners, and their friends and families.
- Paperback | 192 pages
- 128 x 192 x 16mm | 181.44g
- 09 Apr 2001
- Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
- London, United Kingdom
- 2nd Revised edition
"This guide will be indispensable to anyone who's trying for a baby ... All you need to know about fertility and conception in one volume." (She)
'This guide will be indispensable to anyone who's trying for a baby ... All you need to know about fertility and conception in one volume' She 'A well-written and comprehensive guide for couples contemplating baby-making' Liverpool Echo 'She explores the many avenues which can help couples achieve their goal to start a family, starting from the premise that without a solid background of knowledge we don't know the right questions to ask to get the best advice ... she comprehensively covers the kind of physical and emotional problems which can cause infertility and elaborates on the treatments which are possible ... Her book can clue other women up about every aspect of getting pregnant' Glasgow Herald
About Harriet Griffey
Harriet Griffey is a freelance writer, print and broadcast journalist who writes regularly for UK national newspapers and magazines. She originally trained as a nurse at the Middlesex Hospital, London but subsequently worked in book publishing, television, radio and journalism. She is the author of numerous books including The Really Useful A-Z of Pregnancy & Birth, The Art of the Nap and Boost Your Child's Immune System. She has two sons and lives in London.