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Accompanied by ob-gyn authority Dr. John R. Sussman, Ann Douglas draws from her own trial of losing a child to share firsthand details about the physical and emotional challenges of a subsequent pregnancy. She also includes the emotional stories of other women's ordeals with pregnancy or child loss, imparting their advice and letting you know you're not alone. By countering common fertility myths and teaching the facts about prenatal testing, Trying Again explores in detail all the pertinent procedures and measures to create the best possible conditions for a healthy baby.
After having two miscarriages back to back, this book was so helpful. Insightful personal stories and information that was relative to my experience especially addressing the fear... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Mary-Kathryn
After having experienced the death of my premature baby at 22 weeks, I searched for information and help with sorting out my feelings and understanding why this happened and what... Read morePublished on Nov. 17 2003 by Nicole G. Franks
I reviewed Trying Again for my local infant loss support group after already having a subsequent pregnancy. Read morePublished on July 4 2003 by Jane Lebak
Having just lost a baby to stillbirth, I ordered this book in hopes to trying to conceive again. It is a reassuring book for those of us who have lost a baby and anxiously want to... Read morePublished on June 13 2003 by Tracey Garcia
This book has in print every thought that I had after my miscarriage. I found it very comforting to know that it was not only OK to be having the thoughts and feelings I was... Read morePublished on Oct. 23 2002
When I lost my first baby to a miscarriage, I needed information! I searched high and low... and found this book. It really helped... Read morePublished on Sept. 9 2002 by "kim31118"
My husband and I were told at our first prenatal visit (10wks) that we had lost our baby. One week out I was hungry for information on why this had happened to us. Read morePublished on Jan. 24 2002