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Recurrent pregnancy loss By Howard JP Carp
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Recurrent pregnancy loss is a vexing clinical problem as the cause often remains unexplained despite the major advances in genetics and immunology. Treatment is often controversial and ranges... More > from “masterly inactivity”, to an approach which could be considered as “over aggressive”. The problem is distressing to couples, who understandably expect answers and solutions, and frustrating for the physician who often does not have these answers, particularly in the face of ever-changing and conflicting recommendations. This book tries to summarize those controversies, and discuss the scientific basis for various causes of pregnancy loss in depth, and to debate the various treatment modalities which have been used in recent years. Hence, it is hoped that this book describes the accumulating data in a way which is both scientifically sound and also clinically useful, and which may improve the care of these couples.< Less
Recurrent pregnancy loss By Howard JP Carp
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Recurrent pregnancy loss is a vexing clinical problem as the cause often remains unexplained despite the major advances in genetics and immunology. Treatment is often controversial and ranges... More > from “masterly inactivity”, to an approach which could be considered as “over aggressive”. The problem is distressing to couples, who understandably expect answers and solutions, and frustrating for the physician who often does not have these answers, particularly in the face of ever-changing and conflicting recommendations. This book tries to summarize those controversies, and discuss the scientific basis for various causes of pregnancy loss in depth, and to debate the various treatment modalities which have been used in recent years. Hence, it is hoped that this book describes the accumulating data in a way which is both scientifically sound and also clinically useful, and which may improve the care of these couples.< Less
Pregnancy and Infant Loss: A Guide for Professionals By Chantal Lockey
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Losing a baby is said to be one of the most devastating forms of bereavement. This guide has been produced to assist professionals working with bereaved families such as Midwives, Nurses, Counselors... More > and Funeral Professionals, so that they can best assist the families at such a traumatic time.< Less
Footprints on My Heart: A Memoir of Miscarriage and Pregnancy After Loss By Molly Remer
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Footprints on My Heart is a personal memoir of a childbirth educator's experiences with miscarriage and then pregnancy after loss. The author experienced a second trimester miscarriage in 2009,... More > followed by an early miscarriage in 2010. While initially exploring the many complex reactions and feelings towards miscarriage, including the acknowledgement of miscarriage as a *birth event,* the memoir then explores the complicated emotional terrain of pregnancy after loss as the author finally experiences another successful full-term pregnancy. Includes an appendix with material and information about physically coping with miscarriage, planning for a home miscarriage, and recommended reading.< Less
Remembering Our Angels: Personal Stories of Healing from a Pregnancy Loss By Hannah Stone
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No one knows the devastation and heartache of losing a baby more than a father or mother. Grieving parents often do not know where to turn and what to do with their grief in the aftermath of a... More > pregnancy loss. In "Remembering Our Angels," Hannah Stone has collected essays and stories from pregnancy loss awareness activists, doctors, grief counselors and grieving parents in the hope of offering a resource to parents in mourning.< Less
Lose Belly Fat After Pregnancy By V. T.
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Have you just give birth to your beautiful baby? Congrats! However, are the baby fat still remind on your belly, and it seems impossible to get rid of them? You are not alone. This ebook compiles... More > tons of tips explaining the reasons for the fat to remain on your body, and more importantly, how to get rid of them. Read through this ebook, make notes and start taking action. Use the proper and safe methods to lose weight, and see yourself slim down within a month or so. Don't give up. Getting back your figure after giving birth is possible. Get this ebook right now!< Less
2010 Complete Pregnancy Diet Guide By Gary Sullivan, M.D., F.A.C.O.G.
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This is a very detailed guide telling women exactly what to eat and what not to eat during pregnancy. In this book a board-certified obstetrician speaks directly to you as if you were face to face in... More > his office. In plain and simple English he eliminates the need for guesswork when it comes to eating well during pregnancy. He addresses all of the latest media scares (i.e. fish, cheese, deli meat, etc.) in individual and concise chapters for easy reference. He makes specific dietary recommendations for some of the more common complaints of pregnancy such as morning sickness and leg cramps. He lists specific and detailed dietary recommendations for each trimester, adjusting the diet for maximal fetal organ development and function in each stage of the pregnancy. A personalized graph is provided so that you can chart your own weight gain throughout the pregnancy and monitor your progress with your own doctor. This book was designed to maximize your chance of having a natural delivery of a normal healthy baby.< Less
2010 Complete Pregnancy Diet Guide By Gary Sullivan, M.D., F.A.C.O.G.
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This is a very detailed guide telling women exactly what to eat and what not to eat during pregnancy. In this book a board-certified obstetrician speaks directly to you as if you were face to face in... More > his office. In plain and simple English he eliminates the need for guesswork when it comes to eating well during pregnancy. He addresses all of the latest media scares (i.e. fish, cheese, deli meat, etc.) in individual and concise chapters for easy reference. He makes specific dietary recommendations for some of the more common complaints of pregnancy such as morning sickness and leg cramps. He lists specific and detailed dietary recommendations for each trimester, adjusting the diet for maximal fetal organ development and function in each stage of the pregnancy. A personalized graph is provided so that you can chart your own weight gain throughout the pregnancy and monitor your progress with your own doctor. This book was designed to maximize your chance of having a natural delivery of a normal healthy baby.< Less
Pregnancy – When it's all over By Elaine Wilson
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Here you are, childbirth is behind you, but the real challenge is just in front of you! There’s a name to give to your newborn, he/she's first bath, bonding and challenges of... More > breastfeeding . But being pregnant also left you with some side effects like hair loss, stretch marks, some extra weight and so on. Here we'll help you understand it's all natural, and how to get things back to normal!< Less
Pregnancy and Children Guide for New Couple By Ade Asefeso MCIPS MBA
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Are you a woman? If you are, have you been thinking about motherhood? If you have, you may be wondering whether or not you are ready to be a parent. While parenthood is occasionally unexpected, a... More > large number of women and their partners plan and prepare for it. If that is the approach that you would like to take, there are a number of important factors or issues that you should first take into consideration. Perhaps, the most important factor to take into consideration is healthcare. When pregnant, you will need to schedule regular prenatal check-ups. Towards the end of your pregnancy, these check-ups may be as common as once or twice a week. For that reason, healthcare should be taken into consideration. If you are in the United State of America; do you have health insurance? If you do, does your health insurance cover pregnancy and prenatal care? If it does not or if you are uninsured, you may end up paying for the cost of your pregnancy alone.< Less