#Read Pdf õ Infertility Survival Handbook ⛓ eBook or E-pub free

This book was quite informative It basically is a handbook personal memoir of one woman s struggle with fertility She did EVERYTHING possible to get pregnant and eventually so does give up and adopt It has helped me as a reference guide as to what to expect in certain procedures as well as new techniques that I hadn t thought of yet. This is an awesome book for people that have just been diagnosed with infertility issues and just want some info about different options and what to do next I wish I had known this book existed when my husband and I were first diagnosed with infertility It would have answered my numerous questions about what our options are, cost of different treatments, the definitions of unfamiliar terms, and then some success stories.However, I am now on my third round of IVF ICSI and found this book to not be helpful to my situation I can talk about hormone levels and Kruger scales and Bravelle and side effects with ease because I have been through this so many times I went to turn this book back to the library and saw the chapter about knowing when it is time to stop infertility treatment I sat in my car and read severalchapters I realized that I still had something to learn from the book I agree with her statement that infertility treatments are addictive and extremely hard to stop and give up on the dream I find myself to be in the same situation #Read Pdf à Infertility Survival Handbook á After Seven Years Of Tests And Tests, Treatments And Treatments, Elizabeth Swire Falker Understands What It Means To Struggle With Infertility In This Frank, Reassuring, And Thoroughly Researched Handbook, She Shares Her Own Personal Experience And Offers Insight Into What Challenges To Expect Along The Way From Getting Support To Finding The Right Doctor To Dealing With Insurance It s hard to rate a book based on something so heartbreaking.The author really lays it all out for you The only things I really disagreed with were 1 She constantly goes on and on about how the medications you get put on with different fertility treatments will make you bitchy Nothing I ve been on has ever given me such mood swings and I know plenty of women who felt the same way If she d only said it once or twice, I wouldn t have brought it up But I swear she mentions it multiple times in each chapter.2 She says that if you re doing any treatments, even IUI and especially IVF, you should take that cycle off from work That s just crazy to me Honestly, I think that would make me go insane I d never have any distractions and would constantly be thinking about what s going on inside of me.Other than that, I think this book has some valuable information It s a bit outdated now, but it still spells out most of the fertility treatments and what is done and expected of you as the patient. This book is certainly informative and helpful in providing an overview of the various options in dealing with infertility, but it also remained one of the books I could least relate to The cost of many ART options are beyond my means, and though there is some info about how to save money, none that would turn IVF into something feasible for me I do not resent that it is for someone else, and if you are looking for extensive information on all medical procedures, this is a good starting point It s just that for me, many of its topics were already non starters. So, yeah, there is lots of good information here If you need some basics covered, are on the fence about infertility treatment and aren t ready to actually talk to a doctor you can start here You ll be informed enough to ask intelligent questions when you do go talk to a doctor But, take the info with a grain of salt, the book was written in 2004, there s been lots of advancement since and some of the things your doctor will tell you will contradict some of what s written My biggest issue was getting over the I m so smart writing style, being warned about all the big words, having sarcastic and or snarky remarks thrown in as she s explaining things The assumption we should milk our infertility traumas for all they are worth with our husbands who get off easy I found the tone very trying at times butso during the first half of the book Towards the end it got better and I started to be able to relate to her This could be simply an issue with me as a reader already having undergone much of what she is explaining. It was a very good book, with a lot of information and straight up answers She went through a lot and she was just completely honest with her experience and what to expect Exactly what I was looking for, nothing is easy or encouraging through infertility and I would much rather hear the truth then rainbows and butterflies. Of the books I ve read on this subject, this is the one I would most recommend to others if you have an interest in infertility The author has been through everything multiple rounds of IUI, IVF, tests,tests, even birth moms backing out of adoptions Both the author and her husband had fertility issues, so she had a long road to being a mother, but it does have a happy ending. Goes through the basics but a lil depressing and a bit to specific for certain type of infertility issues. This is an awesome book for people that have just been diagnosed with infertility issues and just want some info about different options and what to do next I wish I had known this book existed when my husband and I were first diagnosed with infertility It would have answered my numerous questions about what our options are, cost of different treatments, the definitions of unfamiliar terms, and then some success stories.However, I am now on my third round of IVF ICSI and found this book to not be helpful to my situation I can talk about hormone levels and Kruger scales and Bravelle and side effects with ease because I have been through this so many times I went to turn this book back to the library and saw the chapter about knowing when it is time to stop infertility treatment I sat in my car and read severalchapters I realized that I still had something to learn from the book I agree with her statement that infertility treatments are addictive and extremely hard to stop and give up on the dream I find myself to be in the same situation.