Toni Weschler, MPH, has a master's degree in public health and is a nationally respected women's health educator and speaker. She is also the author of Cycle Savvy, a book for teenage girls about their bodies. A frequent guest on television and radio shows, she lives in Seattle, Washington.
I used this book when starting FAM. We had to avoid pregnancy due to a molar miscarriage. Later, when we were cleared to get pregnant we did on our first cycle. Read morePublished 3 days ago by A. Kusek
[ATTN:WOMEN] we have a responsibility to know and properly steward these bodies our Lord has created for HIS glory!
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It's super detailed and is a bit overwhelming at first, but we're looking forward to applying it to our lives.Published 7 days ago by L. Ingley
I always considered myself relatively well-informed about my reproductive cycle, so I wasn't coming from a place of total ignorance when I first picked this book up. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Victoria DuVall
This book is amazing. It teaches you about things that you notice in your body that you just didn't know what they meant. We got pregnant with the first month.Published 10 days ago by Kassie Fairbanks
Very informative, would highly recommend to any woman whether or not she is trying to conceive!Published 11 days ago by Andrew
Wish I would have read this earlier in life! Should be on every woman's bookshelf and a conversation between every mother and daughter.Published 16 days ago by Lac A