Ivf and Infertility, Our Journey: A True Story Of One Couple's Struggle Against The Odds' - pr_31606

Ivf and Infertility, Our Journey: A True Story Of One Couple's Struggle Against The Odds'

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Experiencing infertility is a challenge that can deeply overshadow a person's life. It affects one in six couples. And yet, it is still a taboo subject. When Verity and her husband, Paul, found themselves plunged into that uncertain world, and the pain of experiencing miscarriages along the way, they discovered it to be a world that no one discusses. They couldn't even find books written by anyone who had actually experienced it themselves. That's when Verity, calling upon her experience as a journalist and magazine editor, decided to keep a diary of events that unfolded upon their traumatic journey of trying for a baby in the hope that one day, as a book, it would help rid the taboo shroud that surrounds infertility as a subject and help people on their emotional journeys. If you are experiencing infertility and don't know which way to turn, then reading this book about one couple's journey first-hand may be just the support and inspiration that you need.""I believe that this book has a rich and detailed description of emotional and physical constraints that came with this journey easily described in a natural way without any artificial make-up or masks."" --Mr Raef Faris, MSc FRCOG""This book should also be read by all the team involved in care. It will give them an in-depth understanding of the often very rough seas that the couple have to endure. Verity, a big thank you from me for helping other patients!"" --Mr Michael Dooley, MMS FFSRH FRCOG

Product code: 9781788786485

ISBN 9781788786485
No. of pages 170
Dimensions H203xW127
Publisher Austin Macauley Publishers
Experiencing infertility is a challenge that can deeply overshadow a person's life. It affects one in six couples. And yet, it is still a taboo subject.