Your Pregnancy Week by Week: What to Expect from Conception to Birth

From the moment after conception to feeding your newborn baby, Professor Lesley Regan draws on her professional expertise and personal experience to explain week by week what is happening to you and your baby Stunning state of the art imagery and specialist up to the minute research and information describes your baby s remarkable progress in the womb With clear, authoriFrom the moment after conception to feeding your newborn baby, Professor Lesley Regan draws on her professional expertise and personal experience to explain week by week what is happening to you and your baby Stunning state of the art imagery and specialist up to the minute research and information describes your baby s remarkable progress in the womb With clear, authoritative advice that demystifies complex medical jargon, this is an essential guide for every parent to be during this extraordinary and wonderful time.
Your Pregnancy Week by Week What to Expect from Conception to Birth From the moment after conception to feeding your newborn baby Professor Lesley Regan draws on her professional expertise and personal experience to explain week by week what is happening to you and y

  • Title: Your Pregnancy Week by Week: What to Expect from Conception to Birth
  • Author: Lesley Regan
  • ISBN: 9780751336825
  • Page: 168
  • Format: Hardcover
  • 1 thought on “Your Pregnancy Week by Week: What to Expect from Conception to Birth”

    1. Loved this book - read it slowly as I progressed and felt informed about everything I needed to know at each stage.!

    2. Ok, so I'm studying to be a mid wife, and I thought that reading this book would help. Of course, it only skimmed the surface of what I needed to know. But it's a start to knowledge of midwifery and understand what goes on inside the women's body right from Conception - birth.Some things were so well explained, others it was hard to understand because of the "Scientific and medical terminology." It gives extra perspectives on the medical team and the parents.Pros and cons of everything, concerns [...]

    3. Good guide to where the baby's at. However, it should be titled 'Your Pregnancy Month by Month' as it only reveals development stages in four week cycles, which is a shame, cos I wanna ickle news report on everything that's happening every week - like, "this week the baby's the size of a grape, next week the baby will be the size of an apricot, and in two weeks time it will be a kiwi fruit and then it will be a GREAT BIG WATERMELON AND CAUSE YOU IMMENSE PAIN!!!"Postscript: the labour part of thi [...]

    4. Meh. I think I liked it a liiiiittle bit better than the American "What to Expect" What was difficult between both, however, was that they both were working from within two completely different antenatal systems (American vs. British) and I couldn't always draw easy parralels to the Danish version I was experiencing.Also, it was nice at the beginning when I really didn't need or expect a lot of information, but became very unhelpful and vague by the end. Also, written from a British OB perspecti [...]

    5. Gorgeous photos and decently detailed science on feral development (although the book is organised month by month, not week by week). But, as is typical for pregnancy books, the advice on pregnant women's health and well-being is pretty poor and not a little condescending. Why, for example, is an obstetrician weighing in on what surname you should give your child? Also as is typical for these books, there are very few photos or illustrations of women/babies who aren't white.

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