Can anyone recommend an in depth easy to read pregnancy book that detail what happens during each week for foetal development, symptoms etc ?
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29-09-2015 19:03 #1
29-09-2015 19:06 #2
Birth by Catherine Price. It's Australian and written by midwives with many decades of experience
I read a bunch of books and liked this one the most.
29-09-2015 19:22 #3
Yeah I loved Birth too
29-09-2015 19:22 #4
29-09-2015 19:25 #5
Easy to read would be "Up The duff"
Loved it! Very informative and straight to the point, no non sense and quite funny ☺️
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05-10-2015 15:51 #9Junior Member
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Well I am only close to a third of the way through the book Birth. And so far am extremely disappointed with it She non stop recommends 'woo' like sticking different types of food up your vagina for thrush related issues, but will shoot down anything medical as 'not proven'. Very one sided, and frankly bordering on dangerous in my opinion. Can anyone recommend a good book based in science and proven studies to back up the claims?
05-10-2015 16:47 #10
Perhaps try your local library they will have lots
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