Expecting : Everything You Need to Know about Pregnancy, Labour and Birthby Unknown
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Best foods for each stage of pregnancy, what a baby needs before she or he arrives, sex during each stage of pregnancy, and much moreall the facts on common pregnancy questions Anna and Daphne have combined their many years of experience, producing an interesting and well written book based on fact rather than opinion, covering conception to postnatal. Most expecting mothers will not be seen by their physician until around 12 weeks of pregnancy, and this book provides the advice and reassurance needed during this time. It also features a "read your week of pregnancy," which offers mothers the opportunity to monitor symptoms that can indicate different things at different stages of the pregnancy. Issues broached in the book include: conception difficulties, what tests to opt for, how to break the news at work, when to tell an older child, taking your partner to the scan, opting for a caesarean.
Anna McGrail and Daphne Metland manage BabyCentre.co.uk, the UK's No.1 website for parents and parents-to-be.