Author of the extremely successful blog Stirrup Queens and Sperm Palace Jesters, Melissa Ford presents readers with a guide for navigating the complex world of infertility. The Land of If got its name not only because ?IFOCO is the abbreviation for ?infertilityOCO in the online world, but also because there are so many ?ifsOCO inherent in being here. No stranger to the Land of If herself, Ford shares her hard-earned knowledge and insights, helping couples struggling with infertility understand the lingo, learn the details doctors tend to leave out, and keep their emotional sanity despite seemingly insurmountable obstacles. qNavigating the Land of Ifq gives the nitty-gritty on injections, rejections, biting your tongue during happy parent-to-be conversations, and trying not to cry over baby shower invitations. With chapters that include how-toOCOs for same-sex couples, and present adoption or remaining child-free as plausible alternatives, Ford tells you exactly what you need to know, from one infertile to another.qOvulation-Predictor. Kits. and. Fertility. Monitoring. Machines. Another tool you can use to gather information to bring to ... The downside to OPKs is that they apparently do not work for everyone, and they can become expensive very quickly.
|Title||:||Navigating the Land of If|
|Publisher||:||Seal Press - 2009|