Item description for Six Steps to Increased Fertility: An Integrated Medical and Mind/Body Program to Promote Conception by Robert L. Barbieri & Harvard Medical School...
Overview Based on cutting-edge research at Harvard Medical School, this reassuring book offers safe, effective prescriptions for enhancing the chance of conceiving a child without using drugs or undergoing complicated medical procedures.
Publishers Description YES, YOU PROBABLY CAN GET PREGNANT ...and the really good news is that most of you can conceive naturally, without expensive high-tech intervention. The six-step mind/body fertility enhancement program from Harvard Medical School could give you the answer.
How can I relax when I'm worried sick about getting pregnant?
Can antidepressants affect my fertility?
Is there some medicine I can take to increase my sperm production?
Does being a vegetarian increase or decrease my chances of conception? Start to help yourself by learning the newest information on how simple lifestyle changes affect fertility.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.28" Width: 5.82" Height: 0.66" Weight: 0.53 lbs.
Release Date Dec 11, 2001
Publisher Free Press
ISBN 0684855232 ISBN13 9780684855233
Availability 0 units.
More About Robert L. Barbieri & Harvard Medical School
Robert L. Barbieri, M.D., is the chairman of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston and a professor of obstetrics, gynecology and reproductive biology at Harvard Medical School.
Robert L. Barbieri has an academic affiliation as follows - Kate Macy Ladd Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Reproductive.
Reviews - What do customers think about Six Steps to Increased Fertility: An Integrated Medical and Mind/Body Program to Promote Conception?
Help me get pregnate Dec 7, 2007
If you have a man that like's to take bath's that is a big no no when trying to get pregnate. No other website or book mention this before, if it were not for this book I probably would have spend alot of money in fertility drugs and test. So this is the main thing in this book that I did not see anywhere else that I did not know about.
Everything helps, and it all matters! Nov 16, 2004
To think that getting medical intervention is the only way, when there are things we can do to improve chances is limited thinking.
If you want to contact me, my website is www.fertilityfair.com
Charlotte Fairchild, author of Fertile Prayers: Daily Fertile Prayers
So-So Oct 27, 2004
Some tips for increasing fertility - avoiding tobacco, alcohol, caffeine and stress...hmmm. Well, I'm still waiting for someone i.e., a medical professional, to write a book about why some women who DO smoke cigarettes regularly, drink coffee and consume alcohol on a fairly frequent basis have no problem whatsoever conceiving. I'm more interested in having that mystery solved. Fertility aside, I already know that tobacco, alcohol, caffeine and stress are not good for you.
I owe my pregnancy to this book! Jun 23, 2002
I never write book reviews, but I owe the birth of my daughter to the advice given by this book! After 6 years of no contraception, my husband and I finally decided that we were going to REALLY TRY to have a child, so I bought this book, as a starting point to figure out what we--both over 35-- needed to do to get pregnant. In our case, the changes in lifestyle recommended in the book were all we needed; I got pregnant 3 months after putting its advice into practice. This is the perfect book to start with if you want to create a lifestyle that gives you the best chance for getting pregnant, without starting with the infertility drugs. Note that the medical options are also discussed in the book, as well as how much time is reasonable for trying to get pregnant "naturally." Good Luck!
Useless May 1, 2002
If you had problem with conception for some time, chances are that you already did your 'homework' and read about all possible causes and treatment on the Internet, or discussed it with your doctor. This book is a very general summery of infertility problems, and mainly a big ad for the authors' treatment plan that is available, I assume, in the hospital where they work. I would not recommend this book to anybody - you can definitely find more useful info online, and definitely cheaper!