In-depth, personal experiences of in vitro fertilization.
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More than two million married couples in the United States are diagnosed with infertility. For many of them, in vitro fertilization is their only chance to have a biological child. In this ground-breaking book, men and women speak of the choice to use IVF to conceive.
Journalist Diana Olick eloquently and honestly narrates her own experiences with IVF and conducts in-depth interviews with other couples to get the story from every angle, exploring such questions as:
What emotions can we expect during the process?
What should we expect financially?
How do we choose the right doctor?
How difficult is the drug regimen?
What if it doesn't work? Is it worse to try and fail?
When Nature's Not Enough is not a medical resource, but the first book to chronicle the emotional journeys of couples who undergo IVF. Olick offers no easy answers, and her candor-and that of the couples featured in the book-make this text indispensable.
DIANA M. OLICK has been a broadcast journalist for over a decade, first with CBS News and now as Capitol Hill Correspondent for CNBC. She lives in Washington, D.C., with her husband and their twins, who were conceived through in vitro fertilization. She decided to write this book after her OB/GYN "fired" her and her husband after their failed attempts to get pregnant.
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