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Miscarriage and Pregnancy Loss
Author: William P. Hummel, M.D., F.A.C.O.G.
Miscarriages are not uncommon, occurring in approximately 15-20% of pregnancies. However, when a couple experiences multiple miscarriages, questions and uncertainty about their ability to achieve a live birth can lead to confusion and sadness. Dr. William P. Hummel explores the causes behind miscarriages for couples that have experienced recurrent pregnancy loss. The book Miscarriage and the Successful Pregnancy: A Woman’s Guide to Infertility and Reproductive Loss is an authoritative guide to miscarriage treatment, how to deal with the heartbreaking loss and reaching success in your next pregnancy.
Miscarriage and the Successful Pregnancy: A Woman's Guide to Infertility and Reproductive Loss
by William P. Hummel, M.D., F.A.C.O.G.
Miscarriage and the Successful Pregnancy is a book of immense interest for all women who have miscarried. It will comfort while providing insight empowering women to achieve reproductive success.
One out of every three women age 18-45 has experienced a reproductive loss. Women experiencing miscarriage often receive no explanation for the cause of their miscarriage. The lack of advice regarding the future and what can be done to avoid another miscarriage is too often the case.
Miscarriage and the Successful Pregnancy will provide insights and answers regarding miscarriage. William P. Hummel, M.D., a nationally recognized Fertility Specialist, states "A significant number of miscarriages can be prevented. A thorough fertility evaluation should give all couples options to maximize a full term pregnancy."
Miscarriage and the Successful Pregnancy provides the psychological support of this devastating condition and offers constructive steps to take with your physician. It is the authoritative guide to miscarriage treatment and success of your next pregnancy.
Book Format: Paperback, hard cover, or Adobe eBook
Table of Contents (Adobe Reader® required)
Size: 6"x9", 176 pages
Published July 2005