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Infertility Handbook

A guide to making babies

Infertility Handbook by Jacqueline Tomlins
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‘ This is an excellent book which contains extensive information about fertility, infertility and its causes, the wide variety of treatments, and possible outcomes. It includes the effect of infertility and the treatments on the male and female involved, including the social, emotional and physical effects.'
Professor Carl Wood, MBBS, FRCS, FRANZCOG.

Most people don't expect problems having a baby, and we certainly don't expect to need anyone else's help! Sometimes, though, creating a family turns out to be a bit more complicated than we thought. This book is for anyone who is having difficulty getting or staying pregnant.

The Infertility Handbook<\i> guides you through the whole experience of dealing with infertility from taking the first step of talking to your GP, to what to expect when you see an infertility specialist and what happens if you head down the treatment path. In clear, straight-forward language with detailed illustrations and photographs, The Infertility Handbook<\i> guides you through the complex world of assisted reproduction and in vitro fertilisation. It also deals with the personal and emotional side of things and includes the stories of men and women who, just like you, have faced the challenges of infertility.

Written by someone with extensive personal experience of infertility treatment, and under the careful eye of a top practising infertility specialist, The Infertility Handbook<\i> is an invaluable, accurate and up-to-date resource. This book will not bring you the baby you so long for, but it will certainly help you manage the treatment that may well do so.
Allen & Unwin; September 2003
336 pages; ISBN 9781741153385
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Title: Infertility Handbook
Author: Jacqueline Tomlins