Synopses & Reviews
Pregnancy Sucks, by Joanne Kimes and Sanford A. Tisherman, M.D., gives you real solutions to all the annoying and somewhat awkward situations that can unexpectedly arise during your pregnancy.Did you know that: Farm-fresh butter, or petroleum jelly, works just as well for your itchy belly as a fancy and overpriced pregnancy product?If you're put on bedrest, walkie-talkies will allow you to yell at your husband-no matter where he is in the house Surrounding yourself with regular pillows (don't forget to swipe your husband's) is just as good as buying a special large pregnancy pillow-and more adaptable to giving support where you personally need it?Doing the hokey pokey, or taking a warm shower, can ease Braxton Hicks contractions?
Full of insight, hilarity, and practical solutions on every page, Pregnancy Sucks shows how, through it all, you can survive with your health, dignity, and sanity intact
Full of insight, hilarity, and practical solutions on every page, Pregnancy Sucks shows how, through it all, moms-to-be can survive--with their health, dignity, and sanity intact!
Discusses the physical, emotional, and social challenges that can occur during pregnancy, from dealing with morning sickness and weight gain to feuding with one's family over the baby's name to suspecting that one's husband is having an affair. Original. 35,000 first printing.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 237-248) and index.
Practical and humorous advice on what to do when your miracle makes you miserable.