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Fertility Facts: Hundreds of Tips for Getting Pregnant Paperback – Aug 1 2008
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About the Author
Kim Hahn is the founder and CEO of Conceive, a fertility and adoption magazine based in Orlando, Florida.
Jennifer L. Howse, Ph.D., is the president of the March of Dimes. She lives in New York.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews on Amazon.com (beta)
There are great tidbits in here, science facts, myth-busters, comforting thoughts, etc. The book is arranged in handy sections if you don't want to read it cover-to-cover. There is an entire section for men to read!
I only have 2 small complaints about this book: repeated information and wasteful printing.
If you do read the entire book, you'll notice a few things repeated - usually rephrased at least. I think this is because of the different sections, as some info works in multiple areas of the book.
Then there is the actual size of the book - there is no reason why this book couldn't be half the size. Each blurb gets its own page, no matter how short, and the print is also very large. I assume this is for ease in readability, but I really think its unnecessary given the clear and simple wording.
I would recommend the publisher shrink it down and bundle it with their Fertility Journal.
I've been TTC for 4.5 years now, and though I've read endless articles online and many books I still found this one to be a good read.
A plu - because the pages are set up they way they are, my husband will actually sit down and read quite a few pages of it at a time. And it seems like a lot of women have trouble with their husbands being as "into" the TTC research as they are.
Took me about 2 days to read the entire book. I'll be keeping it around to look back on every now and then. And I would recomend this to friends.
"Fertility Facts" has been such a warm and fuzzy blessing during a fairly depressing time. Whether you have known fertility issues or are just considering trying for pregnancy it is a fabulous tool. With over 300 pages of facts and vocabulary and easy to understand information you can pore over this book for hours soaking in all the information. The facts are written with a personality and there are plenty of giggles as well as "oh, really??" reactions.
This is a book that I plan to keep on my shelf into the future and share with anyone who might even have an inkling to read it. I highly recommend it for every woman of child bearing years as well as any man going on the journey with her, as there is a chapter just for them. Go get yourself a copy and while you're at it check out the magazine too. It is all quite the blessing. Plus it's pretty. *grin*
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