- File Size: 199 KB
- Print Length: 52 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Casey Shay Press (October 9, 2012)
- Publication Date: October 9, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B009O1ZYQG
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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The Sperm Meets Egg Plan: Getting Pregnant Faster Kindle Edition
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This book gives you tips like how long the sperm can stay alive in a woman's body waiting for the egg. It also tells you about ovulation and when you are ovulating it gives you kind of a "schedule" as my husband would call it for when to have sex to better your odds.
It took us just the one month of trying to conceive our daughter. This was a great book to read before trying to conceive
Here is a list of the table of contents:
Who is this Deanna person anyway?
Intro to the plan
Detailed version of the plan
Tips and tricks (and how to turn one)
Trying to conceive over 40
The early days and chemical pregnancies
Adjustments for common fertility problems
Trying again after a loss
Sneak Peek of Baby Dust
The author isn't a medical professional. She is someone who has been in the trenches of miscarriage, loss, and trying to conceive. She shares lots of personal stories, advice and her thorough research. A common concern is how to use ovulation strips correctly. She discusses this, and when the best time of day to test, how often you should test, and how to know if you've gotten a positive test or not. On the topic of ovulation, the author tells you when the best time to start having sex is, how often you should have sex, and how to keep it interesting. If you ever tried for a long time, you know how difficult this last one can be.
Speaking from personal experiences, we were diagnosed with unexplained infertility. After failed attempts at clomid and IUI, and many years of trying to conceive, we discovered this book. By following her plan we were able to conceive after a few months of hardcore trying. Something else that helped us (this is not mentioned in the book, just as a personal aside) was SoftCups. Google it. You'll thank me later :)
UPDATE: I actually can't believe I'm posting this but I got pregnant the FIRST month using this plan!! I followed everything exactly as outlined and got my BFP! I highly (obviously!) recommend this book & plan for all those TTC!