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Ork; president Maternal Fetal Medicine Associates PLLCA Reassuring and Informative Guide That Offers New Hope For Expectant ParentsAlong with inspiring accounts of women who have delivered healthy babies after years of heartbreak Dr Jonathan Scher provides the latest medical information on preventing recurrent m. This book gave me some new information but not much I was very hopeful that I would learn but apparently I have already done too much reading and research Also the author had some facts that were just plain wrong ie your period always comes exactly 14 days after ovulation WTH So I am a little disinclined to believe him already Maybe the next book will be helpful

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Preventing Miscarriage The Good NewsIscarriages including why couples with unexplained infertility actually may be suffering repeat pregnancy loss due to failure of the embryo to implant in the womb important immunological and tissue tests that may explain or prevent miscarriage emerging treatments such as heparin and IVIG updated resources and mu. This was a good informative book It talks about the different reasons people miscarry and the different medical treatments as well as some simple ways to improve your chances of everything turning out okay next time It is overall very positive Whether it actually helps prevent miscarriage remains to be seen

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DOWNLOAD Preventing Miscarriage: The Good News ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ï  “A wonderfully written text that will provide clear up to date explanations for complex medical problems involving recurrent pregnancy loss The personal accounts allow us all to be inspired by the desire to reproduce”  — Andr “A wonderfully written text that will provide clear up to date explanations for complex medical problems involving recurrent pregnancy loss The personal accounts allow us all to be inspired by the desire to reproduce”   Andrei Rebarber MD clinical associate professor Mount Sinai School of Medicine New Y. It's not so much about preventing but giving the millions of reasons it could happen and some paths to take if that applies to youI wouldn't recommend it to anyone trying to get pregnant or the first time it'll just be scary It's for someone who has had 2 3 and needs to look for a different path It also contains a lot of success stories of women who had a lot of problems and finally found success