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Natural Fertility: How to Maximize Your Chances of Conception

Increase your chances of getting pregnant without medical intervention. Filled with advice, this practical guide is ideal for couples who are having difficulty conceiving as well as for women who are worried about their fertility declining with age. Review the basic facts about reproduction and conception and then begin to prepare your mind and body for pregnancy. Examine your diet and lifestyle habits, home and work environments, stress levels, and more. Enhance your fertility with complementary therapies, including relaxation and visualization, herbs, homeopathy, acupressure, reflexology, feng shui, self-hypnosis, nutritional therapy, color therapy, and Chinese herbalism. Written by an award-winning author and medical journalist, and chec

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  1. Anonymous says:
    10 of 10 people found the following review helpful:
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    It worked for us!, March 10, 2003
    By A Customer
    This review is from: Natural Fertility: How to Maximize Your Chances of Conception (Paperback)

    I loved this book. I did tons of research on maximizing fertility and found this book to be the most comprehensive. It contained many facts and suggestions my doctors never mentioned but I found helpful and sensible. I recommend it to all of my friends who are trying to conceive (or even thinking about it). We are now expecting our first child in a few months!

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