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A wonderful book on the challenges and choices of DI. Highly recommended
In Canada? Buy from Chapters
your Baby by Donor Insemination A startling analysis of the practical, legal, and ethical problems
infertile couples face in becoming parents. Some
say this is a great book, but then recommend also buying Helping
the Stork as it helps you discuss DI with your donor offspring so
they don't become bitter...which was the author's experience.
Charge of Your Fertility
An invaluable aid to couples facing infertility, this is the first book
to fully detail the techniques of the groundbreaking Fertility Awareness
One of the most comprehensive books ever published on fertility--the
problems, the perils, and the possibilities.
While providing basic medical information about high tech treatment, this
book carefully details the social, psychological, and ethical considerations
involved in assisted reproduction.
Unofficial Guide to Having a Baby Conflicting
news reports, jargon-speaking doctors, and a lack of candid information
on the nitty-gritty facts on what will happen over the next nine months
can get the best of any Mom-to-be. This book arms expectant mothers with
all the facts needed for a healthy, happy experience.
to Expect When You're Expecting
popular guide to pregnancy covers every possible aspect of the prenatal
period: pregnancy tests; choosing a caregiver; month-by-month fetal development;
eating correctly; sex during pregnancy; common illness symptoms; and childbirth
options, including cesarean section and pain medications.
to Expect When Your Wife is Expanding
This humorous, tongue-in-cheek guide for fathers-to-be discusses each
month of pregnancy and features such sections as "What Your Wife Will
Be Complaining About" and "What to Ask Your Wife to Show You Are Concerned."
Let Me Explain
A child's DI origins may be difficult for a parent to discuss.
How do you bring it up? What do you tell them? Well, this book will definately
help! It is written as a story that you can read to your child at a young
age. A must for any parent of a DI child.
Me, I'm Yours - by Joan Bramsch Providing proven, educator-endorsed
techniques for helping your child succeed in school - and in life.