The pregnancy resource you can trust: medically reliable information, mom-to-mom advice. If you want the real deal on pregnancy, you've come to the right book! Drs. Yvonne Bohn, Allison Hill, and Alane Park are three top obstetricians who have personally welcomed more than 10, 000 babies into the world. But they've been on the other side of the ultrasound too--as mothers themselves, they have each experienced the joys and anxieties of pregnancy firsthand. Morning sickness . . . unexpected contractions . . . midnight feedings . . . even serious complications . . . theyave been there! Now they share everything you need to know about this exciting, life-changing journey. Written in a clear and friendly style, The Mommy Docs' Ultimate Guide to Pregnancy and Birth offers the most up-to-date medical guidance. It's packed with real-life stories from new moms and practical tips straight from the Docs' office. From pre-conception to postpartum, you'll find answers to your most pressing questions, including: Can birth control pills cause fertility problems? When will I start showing? Which prenatal tests do I really need? Is my baby getting the right nutrition? Is it true that I can't touch a cat, eat sushi, or color my hair for nine months? If I get a cold, is it safe to take medication? How do I create a birth plan? What if I go into labor alone? If I've had a cesarean delivery before, will I need to have one with my next pregnancy? How can I make breastfeeding easier? This extraordinarily comprehensive guide also includes chapters on diet and exercise, high-risk pregnancies, and the most often-repeated myths. Complete with illustrations of your baby's development, The Mommy Docs' Ultimate Guide to Pregnancy and Birth is your reassuring resource for a healthy and stress-free pregnancy.Theya#39;re out of your system just a few days after you take your last pill, and you might start to ovulate the first month that you no longer take them ... When women do get pregnant on birth control, some degree of human error is usually involved, with the typical failure rate closer to 7 percent ... years, it may take one to three months to resume ovulation, but therea#39;s no way to predict exactly how long it will take.
|Title||:||The Mommy Docs' Ultimate Guide to Pregnancy and Birth|
|Author||:||Yvonne Bohn, Allison Hill, Alane Park, Melissa Jo Peltier|
|Publisher||:||Da Capo Press - 2011|