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Overcoming Infertility: A Woman's Guide to Getting Pregnant


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Confronting a problem that affects one out of 10 American couples, this all-inclusive, question-and-answer guide offers insight and encouragement in the face of infertility. Addressing the deep disappointment and emotional distress that accompany a diagnosis, this resource emphasizes that there is still hope regarding this daunting condition. Penned by a reputable endocrinologist who has treated thousands of couples, this helpful reference provides a way to navigate through a confusing time, clearly illustrating the most suitable treatment options. Topics covered include the causes of both female and male infertility, how to cope emotionally with a diagnosis, and utilizing the new Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART). From choosing a fertility specialist to taking advantage of the most recent developments, this exhaustive study provides practical guidance for couples facing this overwhelming syndrome.

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Honoré and Nemiro, reproductive endocrinologists and infertility specialists, provide a resource for women who are trying to have a child about infertility and its challenges. They cover ways to cope emotionally; female and male infertility and causes; diagnosis; fertility drugs and procedures; reproductive surgery; treatment for male infertility; donor sperm, eggs, and embryos; and surrogates. Annotation ©2010 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (

About the Author

Gerard M. Honoré, MD, PhD, is a reproductive endocrinologist with the Perinatal and Fertility Specialists of San Antonio. He lives in San Antonio, Texas. Jay Nemiro, MD, is a reproductive endocrinologist, an infertility specialist, and the founder of the Arizona Center for Fertility Studies, in Scottsdale, Arizona.

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Honore, Gerard M.
Addicus Books
Nemiro, Jay
Reproductive Medicine & Technology
Child Care and Parenting-Infertility and Planning
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