The Best Pregnancy Book
This book is a must for any pregnant women. Everything is described most accurately and explained. I can only recommend, it is the best book on pregnancy I have ever seen. The book is very well preserved. Well informed, balanced and full of anticipation - so every woman would feel comfortable during pregnancy. Leslie Regan's first-rate guide for creating the best conditions. The detailed guide leaves no question unanswered and thus helps to enjoy the carefree time until the birth: all about the child's development, physical and emotional changes of the mother, health screenings, childbirth and the first six weeks with the newborn. Sound information and valuable advice - week by week. Spectacular images showing the development of the embryo. That is the question that most expectant parents moved. The services offered by the medical screening and check-ups, however, often send out uncertainty and can lead to ethical conflicts. This the best pregnancy book provides comprehensive information on the opportunities and risks of prenatal diagnosis. It is thereby also to the emotional conflict and anxiety, living through the expectant parents, decision support and are affected can have their say. The best book to pregnant women about the possibilities of prenatal information. Easy to read and without moralizing. Not "well-intentioned" advice can be found in this book. It is rather to pregnant women to impart knowledge, as they are, unfortunately, in the rarest case fully informed. As gynecologists and prenatal diagnosis should still work on their advice so that it does not come in the worst case to an abortion of a healthy child after wrong diagnosis . . (If the woman imagine a decision), the author accompanies the pregnant women in the the best pregnancy book give, help, written questions, the easier it all the reader, their own individual and only for them to take right decision. Because this is for all pregnant women different - there is therefore no right or wrong - there is only one thing: not well informed and the resulting decisions that could be regretted in retrospect "by Melanie Beautiful, 16. 7. 2008 Expectant parents who. . the shock stand that has shown with her baby, the prenatal diagnosis study a aufälligen findings should receive more advice, more information and more reflection before fateful, irrevocable decisions. But on 1 January 2010 a new version of the abortion law was in force. Bundestag, the controversial practice of late abortion set tighter limits. physicians will impose a duty to advise. Before an abortion must be a reflection period of three days. Berlin. After a period of quiet sounds debate, the Bundestag decided yesterday with 326 votes against 234 to settle the controversial practice of late abortion in the future more stringent. The main points: Between the diagnosis that a child could be born disabled or injured, and a late abortion have to continue for at least three days to think lie. The attending physician is also obliged to offer the mother advice. The woman may reject the advice. A physician who fails to offer such a conversation can be punished with a sentence of up to 5,000 €. Proponents of the new law criticized the current practice of late abortion sharp. In the case of disability of the child sit in the womb "too often an automatism that women are forced to abort," said Union Group Vice Ilse Falk (CDU). The advocates also want more encouragement for the life of disabled people in our society. "A cooling-off period, it is hoped that opens a window to gain courage to opt for the child," said the deputy SPD chairman Andrea Nahles. They also defended the duty of the physician to offer advice, against the arguments of those who wanted to leave "only the woman," the decision: "We can not decide alone-with-let alone, confused. " Source: Rheinische Post 14. 05. 2009. medical practitioner is in private practice for homeopathy and osteopathy Baby in Munich. The practice is located in the building of the counseling center for natural birth and parenting eV, which she co-founded in 1979, in which she offers advice on infant issues and carries out a cry baby clinic. She is also the author of good stock books that are translated in 14 languages, including such exotic like Japanese and Chinese. Her hobby is her little garden on the edge of the forest, where they observed the birds prefer to just . . . . .