The best pregnancy books 2017
The Best Pregnancy Books of | Mother RisingWith so many pregnancy books available, it can be difficult to know where to find the most reliable advice and information for expectant mums and dads. But not to worry: we've put together a list of comprehensive books on pregnancy and reassuring reads that will explain exactly what you can expect throughout this exciting time and beyond. See below for a list of the best pregnancy books. Learn from world-class experts about everything from early foetal developments to how your hormones prepare you for birth. Plus, receive invaluable advice from obstetricians, midwives and parents on your baby's development, medical matters, your changing body, diet, fitness and much more. Be fully prepared for childbirth with information on pain relief and those first intimate moments with your baby, and find out what to expect in the first 12 hours post-delivery. Find out how to keep up with what's happening without having to ask stupid questions.
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Best for Medical Information: Guide to a Healthy Pregnancy at Amazon "Includes advice on how to get pregnant, meal planning, exercise, medication, and parenthood. Best for Rebels: Expecting Better at Amazon "Oster, who was trained as a statistician, evaluates the data behind conventional pregnancy rules. Best for Dads: The Expectant Father at Amazon "The book has been updated to include modern trends in birthing, child rearing, and technology. Best Holistic: The Mama Natural Week-by-Week Guide at Amazon "The book includes advice and insights from a certified nurse midwife, a registered nurse, a doula, and a lactation consultant. Best for Gay Pregnancies: Ultimate Guide for Lesbians at Amazon "Covers everything from choosing a donor to tracking fertility to navigating legal paperwork.
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