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The New Essential Guide to Lesbian Conception, Pregnancy, and Birth Paperback – July 1, 2006
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Top Customer Reviews
It is an excellent resource for any woman considering alternative methods of conception, regardless of sexual orientation. I highly recommend it.
Great resource for describing the different methods of becoming pregnant, considerations sperm donation, I didn't know all of this stuff before. It address physiology, actual medical procedures, nutritional needs of birth mother, and the real emotional and social factors that need to be considered including what the non birth mother may be experiencing.
I never thought could produce a child with the woman I love. With this book I know the dream we talk a lot about later is a very real possibility.
Coming from her experience as the head of Maia Midwifery in Northern California, Stephanie Brill covers not only the anatomy and physiology of what you need to know, but also the emotional aspects of trying to get pregnant. This book covers many topics - options of ways to track your fertility, increase your fertility, the pros and cons of known donors versus frozen sperm, even the logistics of inseminating, whether at home or at a clinic.
The only reason I have given this book 4 stars out of 5 has to do with the fact that this book covers a lot of alternative health treatments which may be difficult for people who are more aligned with Western medicine and do not believe in herbal treatments, acupuncture, and the like.
Best of luck to any woman who gets this book and is trying to conceive!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have purchased and read alot of books on choosing Single Motherhood by Artificial Insemination. This is the most complete book I have read. Read morePublished on September 18, 2013 by Donna
Everything you need to know if you are trying to start an Newer Normal family. For blended and gay parents.Published on June 15, 2013 by Dr. S. Jones
This book is very anti western medicine an pits you against your doctor or the fertility clinic from the onset It advises not to get most of medical testing. Read morePublished on April 9, 2012 by Margaret Macdougal
This book is incredibly informitive and up to day. We got plenty of great information. it came in new condition and is a great addition to our home.Published on September 3, 2009 by Cassandra Ziegler
Pros: very informative
Cons: too informative
My partner called this the "bad book" because it scared me. Did not enjoy the writer's tone-scare tactic like. Read more
This book is fantastic - gives you all the details from when babies are just a mear thought, to when the real little munchkin is in your arms... Read morePublished on May 27, 2007 by Tammy M. Kelly