The Everything Guide to Pregnancy over 35

The Everything Guide to Pregnancy over 35

The Everything Guide to Pregnancy over 35

With more and more women waiting to start a family, it's encouraging to know that you can have a healthy pregnancy over 35-and into your 40s-if you make well-informed choices about your prenatal care. Whether you're considering parenting for the first time or starting over, The Everything Guide to Pregnancy over 35 covers the physical, emotional, and social implications of a 35+ pregnancy to help ensure the healthiest and happiest nine months-and beyond. Packed with expert advice, plus helpful tips from moms just like you, this reassuring guide shows you how to: Improve your chances of getting pregnant after 35-including fertility treatment options Select the best care options-whether with a doctor or midwife Incorporate vitamins, proper nutrition, and exercise into your lifestyle Weigh the benefits and risks of prenatal testing Understand the changes happening to your body Prepare for labor, delivery, and recovery Assess financial and career considerations And, most importantly, welcome a new baby into your life! With its supportive, straightforward approach, The Everything Guide to Pregnancy over 35 is the one book you need to dispel the rumors, understand the risks, and enjoy the rewards of this exciting time!

The Everything Guide to Pregnancy over 35

The Everything Guide to Pregnancy over 35

The Everything Guide to Pregnancy over 35

With more and more women waiting to start a family, it's encouraging to know that you can have a healthy pregnancy over 35-and into your 40s-if you make well-informed choices about your prenatal care. Whether you're considering parenting for the first time or starting over, The Everything Guide to Pregnancy over 35 covers the physical, emotional, and social implications of a 35+ pregnancy to help ensure the healthiest and happiest nine months-and beyond. Packed with expert advice, plus helpful tips from moms just like you, this reassuring guide shows you how to: Improve your chances of getting pregnant after 35-including fertility treatment options Select the best care options-whether with a doctor or midwife Incorporate vitamins, proper nutrition, and exercise into your lifestyle Weigh the benefits and risks of prenatal testing Understand the changes happening to your body Prepare for labor, delivery, and recovery Assess financial and career considerations And, most importantly, welcome a new baby into your life! With its supportive, straightforward approach, The Everything Guide to Pregnancy over 35 is the one book you need to dispel the rumors, understand the risks, and enjoy the rewards of this exciting time!

Pregnancy Over 35

Pregnancy Over 35

Pregnancy Over 35

Pregnancy Over 35: The Ultimate Guide for a Safe and Healthy Mid-Life PregnancyRegardless of a woman's age, there are so many complications that can happen during the pregnancy period. The risk can become more serious as the woman ages due to the fact that the body gets weaker as one grows older. At the age of 35 years and older, the egg cell quality declines which makes it hard for a woman to conceive even if she still has a regular menstrual cycle. Proper knowledge about pregnancy can help you overcome the complications of conception and lead you to a successful delivery. This is more important if it's your first time to give birth. The following are the first few things that you need to keep in mind prior to your pregnancy: • Plan Ahead – There's nothing wrong about unexpected pregnancy. But when you reach 35 years and above, planning about pregnancy is important to make sure that you know what you are about to experience. You need to understand that getting pregnant at your age can be very risky. You may even be required to sacrifice some aspects in your life such as work and other daily activities.• Talk to Your Spouse – Nowadays, “lessons for daddy” are already available for fathers so that they will know their responsibilities during the pregnancy period. It is important that you allow your partner to know whatever it is that you feel or need. • Choose Your Health Care Provider – Prenatal care is given by a doctor, midwife or other health care provider in order to make sure that you will have a healthy pregnancy. It is important to have a healthcare provider that you can completely trust. He or she should be always willing to help you out and enlighten you with the things that you are not familiar with. Most importantly, you should always feel comfortable with your healthcare provider and maintain a good relationship in order for you to overcome the stressful stages of pregnancy. And Much MoreThank You

The Quick Reference Guide to Counseling Women

The Quick Reference Guide to Counseling Women

The Quick Reference Guide to Counseling Women

Women have unique needs and unique problems that require understanding, empathy, and direction from their pastors and counselors. For anyone who is called to counsel women, The Quick-Reference Guide to Counseling Women will be a welcome guide to bring hope, life, and freedom to women in need. This A-Z guide gives pastors, professional counselors, and lay helpers the information they need to help female church members, clients, and friends work through their spiritual and emotional issues. The many topics addressed include: healthy relationships conflict and stress sexuality, pregnancy, and infertility emotional and physical abuse roles of women Each of the forty topics covered follows a helpful eight-part outline and identifies typical symptoms and patterns, definitions and key thoughts, questions to ask, directions for the conversation, action steps, biblical insights, prayer starters, and recommended resources. "The most comprehensive, cutting-edge resource to date on addressing the real issues women face."--Stormie Omartian, author of the bestselling The Power of Praying® books "I'm so grateful for this resource. The Quick-Reference Guide to Counseling Women will assist you in working with women on their healing journey."--Jennifer Rothschild, Jennifer Rothschild Ministries "Whether you work in women's ministry, lay counseling, or professional counseling, you'll want to have this book on hand. It will become one of your most often-used resources."--Carol Kent, speaker and author of Between a Rock and a Grace Place Tim Clinton (EdD, The College of William and Mary) is president of the American Association of Christian Counselors (AACC), executive director of the Center for Counseling and Family Studies, professor of counseling and pastoral care at Liberty University and Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary, and a licensed professional counselor. Diane Langberg (PhD, Temple University) is a practicing psychologist whose clinical expertise includes thirty-five years of working with trauma survivors and clergy. She is the director of Diane Langberg, Ph.D. & Associates, a group practice in suburban Philadelphia, and an adjunct professor of practical theology at Westminster Theological Seminary.

Your Pregnancy After 35

Your Pregnancy After 35

Your Pregnancy After 35

Today, 1 in 5 women in the United States has her first child after age 35. When a woman becomes pregnant in her late thirties or forties, she has different needs than a younger mother-to-be. Now, after more than ten years, Your Pregnancy after 35 has been fully revised with cutting-edge information, addressing nearly every health and lifestyle concern pertaining to “older” mothers. From how age affects pregnancy to when to consider genetic counseling to finding the best care when returning to work, this essential guide offers mothers—and their partners—the wise, supportive answers they need. With millions of copies sold worldwide, the highly trusted Your Pregnancy series has established itself as the go-to resource for expectant parents time and time again. Medically grounded, this informative, reassuring guide gives older expectant parents the information they need to have a healthy, happy pregnancy.

The 35 plus Good Health Guide for Women

The 35 plus Good Health Guide for Women

The 35 plus Good Health Guide for Women

A whole-health guide for women aged thirty-five through their menopause years discusses health issues including neurological function and sexuality, nutrition and cosmetic treatment.

The Library Journal

The Library Journal

The Library Journal

Includes, beginning Sept. 15, 1954 (and on the 15th of each month, Sept.-May) a special section: School library journal, ISSN 0000-0035, (called Junior libraries, 1954-May 1961). Also issued separately.

Your Over 35 Week by Week Pregnancy Guide

Your Over 35 Week by Week Pregnancy Guide

Your Over 35 Week by Week Pregnancy Guide

Know What to Expect Week-by-Week Preparing for the arrival of a new baby is both a joy and a challenge. This is true at any age, but as an expectant mother over the age of 35 you want real answers for your unique needs and concerns. With wisdom and compassion, Dr. Kelly Shanahan shares her own experiences as an obstetrician and over-35 mom. Her detailed and reassuring approach will help you understand the significant changes in your body and life as well as your baby's development. Inside, you will find: ·Explanations and answers for your special health concerns ·Advice about making career, relationship, and lifestyle adjustments ·Practical tips for safe weight gain, exercise, and travel ·Excerpts from Dr. Shanahan's journal of her over-35 pregnancy From pregnancy planning and proper nutrition to labor and delivery, this informative book will fully prepare you for the birth of your healthy, happy baby. "A must-read for expectant couples over the age of 35 and a valuable reference for pregnancy at any age." —Lynn D. Montgomery, M.D., director, Maternal-Fetal Medicine, Rocky Mountain Perinatal Center, Missoula, Montana "This book addresses virtually all of the questions commonly asked by expectant couples. Great job." —E. Albert Reexed M.D., professor and chairman, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Temple University "A work of art and a work of love, with a lot of good science thrown in along the way." —R. Daniel Braun, M.D., FACOG, clinical professor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Indiana University School of Medicine "What a great, week-by-week, commonsense journey through pregnancy!" —William F. von Almen II, M.D., FACOG, editorial adviser, obgyn.net