Infertility Books: Conditions

Recommended books about the different diagnostic conditions surrounding infertility.

Fertility Rescue Program

When a young woman is diagnosed with cancer, the rush to treatment is immediate. The patient is thrust into the world of cancer and the primary hope is recovery. Sometimes the patient is aware their fertility could be impacted, but overwhelmed and exhausted they put the "fertility issue" aside and pursue cancer treatment. This program is offered to patients FREE of charge. Read More.

Stress and Acupuncture By Marc Sklar, LAc, DA (RI), FABORM

Simply, acupuncture functions by affecting neural pathways along the body. Once these areas of the brain are contacted the body will respond by producing more or less of a certain chemical or hormone. (More)

Diet and Lifestyle Management of PCOS By Hillary M. Wright, MEd, RD, LDN

It is estimated that PCOS affects up to 10% of all women during their reproductive years. This figure appears to be rising with the obesity epidemic as excess weight tends to worsen PCOS. Research also suggests that up to 30% of women have some of the symptoms of the disorder without meeting all the criteria for diagnosis (generally requires either irregular or absent periods, and signs of elevated androgens, or male-type hormones). Hillary Wright explores lifestyle and a Natural approach to healing a woman's health and hormones.

Infertility Books: Treatment

Recommended reading for those in treatment of infertility and pregnancy loss

Embracing Change by Helen Adrienne

To be born is to enter an evolutionary process of growth and change. We all grow in physical size and emotional capacity. We are all called upon to navigate the stages of life. Change is inevitable and non-negotiable.

2007 Art Resources Directory

The 2007 directory is full of cutting edge information to help consumers find their best family-building options.

A Baby at Last

The following article is an excerpt from the new book A Baby at Last!, written by Zev Rosenwaks, MD, Director and Physician-in-Chief of the Ronald O. Perelman and Claudia Cohen Center for Reproductive Medicine at the Weill Cornell Medical Center, Marc Goldstein, MD, Director of the Center for Male Reproductive Medicine and Microsurgery and Surgeon-in-Chief of Male Reproductive Medicine and Surgery at Weill Cornell Medical Center, and health and medical writer Mark L. Fuerst.

New Developments in Assisted Reproductive Medicine by Gad Lavy, MD

The success of IVF (in vitro fertilization) has risen dramatically over the past two decades. The increase in success can be attributed to better understanding of various conditions leading to infertility and to development in cell biology in our understanding of egg and sperm interaction, embryo development, and implantation.

SIRM Shares new Egg Freezing Breakthroughs

Sher Fertility shares on egg-freezing research that may help us better understand infertility.

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