When it comes to trying to get pregnant, it seems like a fairly well straight forward process; after all, humans have been reproducing themselves since long before we knew anything about the biological components of it all. It is usually when faced with a seeming inability to conceive that women start to wonder if maybe there isn’t a little bit more to this baby-making business than they thought.
The natural processes that occur within a woman’s body in preparation for pregnancy are numerous and wondrous. The book Taking Charge of Your Fertility is an excellent resource that covers these processes in a clear, cohesive manner that women can understand. Those who have read it rave about how very informative it is and how much it helped them when trying to conceive. It is the ultimate guide to pregnancy with the main focus being how to listen to your body for cues about fertility.
Taking Charge of Your Fertility thoroughly explains the fertility awareness method of birth control and shows how different this method is than the far less effective or reliable “rhythm method.” In essence, this book teaches women how to interpret subtle clues from their bodies to determine precisely when ovulation occurs. It explains everything from your morning temperature to the changes in cervical mucus and shows you how to chart these changes for the most comprehensive view of your cycles you will ever have.
In fact, once you read this book and starting watching your own body’s signals, you’ll be amazed that you didn’t notice any of this stuff before. But now that you do know what to look for, you can start “taking charge” and know when you are most fertile to successfully conceive. This is a much better way to approach getting pregnant and should alleviate some stress.
There is even a section in Taking Charge of Your Fertility that talks about how you can choose the sex of your child simply by trying at just the right time. Whether or not this is a substantial claim or the product of a great coincidence is not known, but women who have followed the advice swear by it. Nevertheless, there is enough detailed information here to put your gynecologist to shame, and you may even be able to teach him a thing or two after reading the book.
Taking Charge of Your Fertility also teaches women how to recognize the very earliest signs of pregnancy, even before home pregnancy tests can detect it. Some have discovered that rather than not being able to conceive as the doctor has suggested, they have in fact been experiencing one miscarriage after another. This book addresses the warning signs to look for when there is danger of a miscarriage.
If you are having trouble getting pregnant and are looking for some answers, Taking Charge of Your Fertility is the book for you. When you know how your body works and how to listen to it, it is incredibly empowering. With such powerful knowledge available, there is no need to be too hasty in jumping at infertility treatments. Why not try the natural way first?