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The fertility doctor's guide to overcoming infertility : discovering your reproductive portential and maximizing your odds of having a baby

Trolice, Mark (author.).

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  • ISBN: 9781558329584
  • ISBN: 1558329587
  • Physical Description: 216 pages ; 23 cm.
  • Publisher: Beverly, Massachusetts : Harvard Common Press 2020.

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General Note: Includes index.
Summary, etc.: "The journey from infertility to fertility, from childlessness to a brand-new baby, can be long and arduous. It involves complicated medical diagnoses, a wide range of treatment options, a host of potential lifestyle changes, lots of emotional ups and downs, and—even with the best medical insurance—challenging financial decisions. Your doctors cannot decide everything for you, and that is why an authoritative and comprehensive book, written in clear and understandable language for the layperson, is essential. This is that book. The book opens with an exploration of all the possible causes of infertility, covering both couples who have never been pregnant and ones who have had recurrent losses of pregnancies. Unique among infertility guides, this volume gives roughly equal weight to male and female causes, which is important because about 40% of infertility cases are due to men's issues—and some couples need to address issues in both the prospective mother and prospective father. It covers endometriosis, fibroids, POS (Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome), tubal factor, male factor, and other possible causes. Next it looks at your treatment options. Importantly, these are not just medical interventions, but they also include lifestyle changes you alone can make, involving sleep, diet, exercise, and other forms of self-care. Among medical options, IUI (Intrauterine Inse"--
Subject: Infertility -- Treatment

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