If any one of these is true for you , The Complete Fertility Organizer is designed specifically for your needs . The concept of fertility dwells in many contexts : the fertile ground yields plentiful food ; the fertile mind yields ...
Author: Manya DeLeon Miller
A handy resource for creating your own conception plan If you are one of the millions of women facing the challenges of infertility, you know that gathering and keeping track of all of the information involved can be difficult. This book, the first of its kind, helps you establish a solid organizational framework for working through the entire infertility evaluation and treatment process. It provides you with a comprehensive record-keeping resource while you are seeking safe and effective pregnancy. With its easy-to-customize "personal conception plan," The Complete Fertility Organizer lets you organize and maintain control of all of the information involved. You will be able to easily track essential vital data such as fertility charts, procedures, medication records, test results, insurance, and physician information. If you become pregnant, you will be able to record information related to the prevention of miscarriage and premature labor, and use the tracking tools to help promote a healthy pregnancy. Whether you are just suspecting that you may have an obstacle to becoming pregnant or you re already undergoing extensive infertility treatments, The Complete Fertility Organizer delivers indispensable support and guidance.
Mazor , M. , Emotional Reactions to Infertility , p . 43. Paper presented at the 133rd annual meeting of the American Psychiatric Association , San Francisco ( 1980 ) . Miller , Manya DeLeon , The Complete Fertility Organizer .
Author: Baruch Finkelstein
Publisher: Feldheim Publishers
The pain of infertility is heartbreaking, frightening, and a real test of faith. In this ground-breaking volume, couples can access the information, Torah outlook, and answers they need in a clear, practical manner. Questions raised include: How do we know if there is a problem? How can the Torah be a source of support? What can we expect at the fertility clinic? Where are the side effects of fertility medication? Can one live a fulfilling life without children? This book takes couples down the obstacle-strewn path toward fertility, discussing all factors that encompass difficulty conceiving. Topics discussed include: male fertility testing, IVF, adoption, niddah issues, faith, prayer, dealing with society, when to stop, choosing the right aregiver, producedures on Shabbos, being positive, and much more. This step-by-step, comprehensive guide is an indispensable tool for couples seeking fertility, but it will also be of great interest and benefit to relatives and friends of childless couples, as well as rabbis, therapists, and social workers.
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Author: Jamie Schwachter
Publisher: Spry Publishing LLC
Throughout years of answering calls at renowned Cleveland Clinic’s Cancer Answer Line, Advance Practice Nurses Jamie Schwachter and Josette Snyder have spoken with patients of all ages and with all types and stages of cancer. They have listened to countless stories and offered advice. They’ve answered questions from friends and family members, and even from physicians and other healthcare professionals. What should I wear to chemotherapy? Should I get a second opinion? How do I talk with my family about my cancer? Why does it take so long to get a diagnosis? Is complementary treatment something I should consider? The more questions they fielded, the more they wanted to compile those questions—and their answers—into a resource to help cancer patients everywhere. In The Complete Cancer Organizer: Your Answers to Questions About Living With Cancer, Jamie and Josette share answers to the most common questions about living well during and following cancer treatment. Full of lists, tips, and suggestions, the book allows patients and their families to face a challenging time armed with knowledge and concrete strategies that have worked for others before them. Cancer may be a new experience, but it doesn’t have to be faced alone. Cancer Answer nurses Jamie Schwachter and Josette Snyder can help guide you through the process in The Complete Cancer Organizer.
This tradition was initiated in the Middle Ages whereby a handful of wheat was thrown over the bridal couple as a symbol of fertility. Rose petals are used to symbolize happiness, beauty, and prosperity. Options: Rose petals, rice, ...
Author: Elizabeth Lluch
Publisher: WS Publishing Group
A new title from America's top wedding experts, Elizabeth & Alex Lluch. The Complete Wedding Planner & Organizer provides the most comprehensive and up-to-date wedding planning information in a handy 3-ring binder designed to help brides stay organized and on top of their wedding plans. The binder includes a back cover pocket to store important documents, dividers to keep track of information, a 3-hole punch to easily add pages, and inspirational wedding photos.
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Author: Stanley J. Ulijaszek
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Looks at energy intake, expenditure and balance in traditional subsistence populations.
No adequate explanation can be offered tion of fertility was determined on the basis as to why the decline of percent and duration of a randomized complete block design . The of fertility with storage is not the same , but mean duration ...
Vol. 5 includes a separately paged special issue, dated June 1926.
Low fertility, one of the critical issues in the contemporary world, will persist in the foreseeable future. That is arguably the principal conclusion of this book.
Author: Tomas Frejka
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Low fertility, one of the critical issues in the contemporary world, will persist in the foreseeable future. That is arguably the principal conclusion of this book. Fundamental changes in social security and health care systems, taxation schemes, and migration policies, for instance, are inevitable, unless societies are able to institute effective measures and create favorable conditions for increasing fertility. Such are the unavoidable challenges facing European and other economically advanced countries. The present study applies the cohort analysis approach to detailed data covering over half of the 20th century for populations of 35 countries. In distinction to most previous studies, that approach is put to use not only for elucidating past trends, but also to capture salient aspects of contemporary fertility patterns. And, beyond that, it is utilized to suggest possible near-term future trends in fertility behavior.