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This is an essential must have guide for every woman who is expecting. It also has a cut-out, fold-out wall chart to help you manage your life and pregnancy each week from before conception to after delivery. It has a comprehensive list of websites and other valuable resources for those experiencing pregnancy. All are consistent with the American Medical Association guidelines.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.8" Width: 6" Height: 1.5" Weight: 1.15 lbs.
Release Date Jan 15, 2007
Publisher Tapestry Press
ISBN 193081951X ISBN13 9781930819511
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More About Jeffrey
Grant R. Jeffrey, aninternationally known prophecy expert, is author of The Next World War, Countdown to the Apocalypse, The New Temple and the Second Coming, and numerous other best-selling books. He is also the editor of the Prophecy Study Bible. His popular television program, Bible Prophecy Revealed, airs weekly on TBN. Jeffrey earned his masters and doctorate degrees from Louisiana Baptist University. He and his wife, Kaye, life in Toronto and have served in full-time ministry for more than twenty years."
Reviews - What do customers think about 1000 Questions About Your Pregnancy?
Big difference from other sources Jul 8, 2008
Being an atheist, I don't really like when people talk about "God" and "God's miracles." I tried to put aside these type of comments when reading the book. But I also noticed some differences from what I've read online versus what is in this book. Suggesting soft drinks to stay hyrdated when soft drinks are actually diuretic (q 57). Suggesting lying on your back is really no big deal (q 97). But I knew there was a problem when there is a drawing of an ovary attached to a fallopian tube (q 495). I do not recommend this book at all.
Excellent resource for any mother-to-be Aug 5, 2007
I am an R.N. who wholeheartedly recommends this book. During my last pregnancy, I purchased a used copy of an older volume of this book. I referred to it so often, I decided to upgrade to the more recent version during my 2nd pregnancy and bought one for my sister as well. Indispensable and easy to use reference!
Easy to Read Reference Book! Jun 29, 2007
When I was pregnant with my first baby I read this book almost everyday. I was able to look up my concerns and read clear and concise information about my pregnancy. The over the counter drug section is really awesome and helpful! I kept the pull-out chart from the back of the book in my planner to reference as needed. Now I am PG with baby #2 and I find myself reading back over information to refresh myself on what will happen throughout my pregnancy. I have yet to think of a question that I have not found in this book!
If you are pregnant this book is a MUST HAVE!
READ *THIS* INSTEAD OF "WHAT TO EXPECT WHILE...." Feb 21, 2006
This book is fantastic! It explains everything in a helpful, easy format. It makes it simple to find answers to questions in certain topics and cross refernces make follow-up questions easy to answer as well. Dr. Thurston writes with a happy, charismatic tone and unless you'd be offended by a reference to God creating the body to do x,y,z, I think this is one of the better pregnancy books out there. Also, it is very updated with recent scientific knowledge and advances. (I've read other books cover to cover and would truly not recommend What to Expect While You're Expecting. Most women I know couldn't stand it. I wish I hadn't wasted the money.)
MUST read for pregnant mothers Jun 14, 2005
Forget "What to Expect When You're Expecting", 1000 Questions is a much better book, with a common sense approach! It is a reference-style book with answers to all sorts of concerns an expectant mother might have. I called it my "Don't Worry Book", because unlike most articles and books geared towards the pregnant mother, this book actually eased my mind. It gives very straight-forward advice to help you through those 9 months of change, helping you take care of yourself and your unborn baby. And it is conservative, which I appreciated. The author refers to "your husband" and also mentions God in the text. I find this very refreshing in our PC society.