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Reading books about fertility is a way to get solid knowledge about fertility treatments beyond searching for information online. It can also be a great way to understand the fertility journey from the perspective of someone who has been through the whole shebang. Whether you laugh, cry or get enlightened, we’re here to point you to a few literary gems on our favorite subject — fertility.
By former New York Times “Fertility Diary” columnist Amy Klein, The Trying Game takes you on a journey through the emotional and practical aspects of trying to get pregnant.
Rebecca Fetts shares up-to-date research on the science of IVF success to help women make practical decisions that improve their chances of getting pregnant.
Holistic health coach Alisa Vitti shows women how nutrition and lifestyle changes can rebalance their hormones and amplify their fertility.
Dr. Randine Lewis offers a natural way to support your efforts to get pregnant using simple guidelines on diet, herbs, and acupressure.
“Lawyer Elizabeth Katkin never imagined her quest for children would ultimately involve seven miscarriages, eight fresh IVF cycles, two frozen IVF attempts, five natural pregnancies, four IVF pregnancies, ten doctors, six countries, two potential surrogates, nine years, and roughly $200,000.”
This is a memoir of one woman’s discoveries exploring the medical, financial, legal, scientific, emotional, and ethical issues of fertility in the modern world.
The Art of Waiting
Belle Boggs’ memoir contemplates the meaning of fertility and the stories of starting a family in an alternative way, starting from the author’s heartbreaking realization that she might never be able to conceive.
For more advice about balancing fertility treatments and work, consult a fertility specialist at the Alabama Center for Reproductive Medicine. The ACRM guides clients through every aspect of the fertility journey. To learn more about fertility options at ACRM, call 205-315-6951 for a consultation today.