One in eight couples experiences some sort of issue with fertility, often compounded by complicated treatments and so-called miracle cures. But if you have had trouble conceiving, you need all of your options laid out in one convenient guide. Fertility counselor and nurse Nicole Galan shows you the medical and holistic information you need to conceive and bear a happy, healthy child, such as: Side effects of the latest fertility drugs; Yoga poses that aid fertility; What to expect when seeing a fertility expert; Birth rates associated with various treatments; Coping methods for dealing with loss; and more. With this authoritative and friendly guide, getting pregnant doesn't have to be a stressful process. Armed with knowledge and reassurance, you'll be ready to make the choices that work best for you and start your family today.If you know that you are anovulatory, they are the usual first try. Clomid ... The other option is that the doctor may recommend you use an ovulation predictor kit to check for ovulation, and then begin having intercourse with the positive result. Letrazole. Letrazole works in a similar fashion to Clomid. ... Letrazole doesna#39;t typically produce this same inhibitory response on your uterine lining that Clomid does.
|Title||:||The Everything Fertility Book|
|Publisher||:||Adams Media - 2010-12-18|