Your New Pregnancy Bible, The experts’ guide to pregnancy and early parenthood- now fully revised and updated May 2013

Over 1 million copies sold worldwide. Now in its 4th edition, the book has been redesigned and contains the latest possible medical breakthroughs and thinking. Dozens of new photographs have been taken and the text updated to take account of recent changes in antenatal and newborn care. Additionally, there is extra information on Caesareans – now approximately 30% of UK deliveries. Fold-out pages of each trimester show at a glance what happens/needs to be done during each month Week-by-week images of the developing baby In-depth chapters on all aspects of pregnancy from eating and exercising safely to coping with labour and delivery. Up-to-date information on antenatal care and both common and rare pregnancy problems Extensive glossary of pregnancy and neo-natal terminology Soft, padded cover Specially taken photographs demonstrate how to care for a newb

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2 Responses to Your New Pregnancy Bible, The experts’ guide to pregnancy and early parenthood- now fully revised and updated May 2013

  1. Aprichelle says:

    Definitive Book of Pregnancy Thorough…This book answered every question a first time expectant mum could want answers to– it has advice and information from preconception to the early days of caring for your newborn. It gave matter-of-fact information that did not speak down to the reader, but rather put things into simple, concrete terms which made this book a straight forward and enjoyable read. The book does not read like a magazine with ‘real life stories from the trenches’, but is more medical and clinical…

  2. Mrs. G. M. Glover says:

    Excellent – everything I wanted to know Don’t let the size of the book put you off – yes it looks like a weighty tome, but it’s crammed full of useful information. If, like me, you wanted to know absolutely everything that can happen, this book is worth buying. It’s not funny, there are no characterisations or diaries, but it is a good companion – even from before you conceive. I especially like the week by week development of the foetus – lots of books miss great chunks of this, but this covers it all and has photos etc too. I’ve…