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Mayo Clinic guide to a healthy pregnancy (original 2004; udgave 2004)

af Roger W. Harms

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Offers a reference guide to pregnancy and childbirth, discussing morning sickness, back pain, gestational diabetes, and breast-feeding with a week-by-week guide to changes in both mother and baby.--
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Titel:Mayo Clinic guide to a healthy pregnancy
Forfattere:Roger W. Harms
Info:New York : HarperResource, c2004.
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Okay, so I didn't technically read this book cover to cover, but 1. that's not how reference books are generally supposed to be read, and 2. I think I've earned the right to count this as "read," since I went into preterm labor and basically skipped my third trimester, rendering much of the book irrelevant. This is probably the best pregnancy book available, as it gives you practical information without being fear-mongering (as many pregnancy books are wont to be). In fact, it mostly lumps all the scary stuff into one chapter on complications.
  aratiel | Sep 5, 2018 |
very good for pregnant moms. it has greatresources and advice and it gives you month by month info about you and your baby ( )
  LaBla | Feb 6, 2016 |
This was a great book for pregnancy. It was very informative. I found it focused more on the facts of pregnancy like what was typical at stage of pregnancy in regards to how your baby is growing, what your feeling and what your body is going through. I would recommend this book to anyone who is pregnant or trying to get pregnant. ( )
  Tara714 | Apr 1, 2014 |
We've been working our way through this one since July. Reasonably non-alarmist and excellent for my inner scientist--it's not as touchy-feely as a lot of the pregnancy books out there, but provides a lot of solid information. Easily arranged for browsing and/or quick reference, along with an extensive index.

There is a bunch of information (crammed into a lengthy section) on Things That Can Go Wrong, but (a) it's all pushed into one section you can easily skip over if you want, and (b) even their These Things Can Go Wrong is remarkably non-alarmist.

Perspective is definitely assuming you're having a hospital birth, but what do you expect from the Mayo Clinic? It does explain the differences between OBs and different levels of midwives, and encourages parents-to-be to choose what's right for them. (It also encourages Dad to be involved without assuming he's a useless bump on a log, which is a nice change from pretty much every other pregnancy book I've seen so far.) ( )
1 stem librarybrandy | Mar 30, 2013 |
I did a lot of research before I decided which pregnancy book I would buy, and this one won. The layout of the book is the best part. The main section of the book is subdivided by months of the pregnancy, and those months are further subdivided by week. The book tells you in very short and sweet terms what's going on with your baby each week, what is happening with your body each month, what changes to expect, and how you might be feeling. At the end of each month is a chart that lists when to call a doctor or go to the ER. There is a separate section of the book for the more scary information, which I like. I do not need to know every potential rare thing that could go wrong. However, if something does, I need only to flip to the next section. The book also contains information on childbirth and the early months with baby. Since it is a Mayo Clinic book, I feel confident that I'm getting the best and most current information available. ( )
1 stem eslee | Mar 21, 2009 |
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