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Much like her amazing career, Jacqui Cooper’s IVF story is full of ups and downs, but always inspiring. After a stellar career as a world champion aerial skier, Jacqui Cooper’s only hope to start a family was IVF. While there’s plenty of technical information out there for women embarking on this process, Jacqui yearned for some real, honest, warts-and-all advice on the highs and lows of IVF. But she couldn’t find it. So, in true Jacqui style, she decided to write it herself. Frozen Hope is Jacqui’s own story of IVF: the emotional responses she didn’t expect, the things she wished she’d known, the things she wished she’d prepared for and those she could never have anticipated. It’s a story of hope despite disheartening odds, extraordinary perseverance and, ultimately, joy and motherhood. ‘The perfect book for anyone embarking on their own IVF journey.’ —Jo Hall Jacqui Cooper is Australia’s most successful aerial skier. In a career spanning two decades, she became the first woman in Olympic history, summer or winter, to represent Australia at five Olympic Games. Jacqui won five world titles, 39 World Cup medals, 24 World Cup wins and three major World Championship medals, and is now a motivational speaker and the mother of three small children. She has also just launched a gluten-free range of frozen dough products, Food for Me
What do you do when you want to be a mother more than anything in this worldbut your body betrays you? Do you leave it to the forces of nature and prayer? Do you cling to wisps of hope? Or do you wait for a miracle? Sometimes, you have to work towards the miracle and that means seeking help. My Frozen Embryo chronicles the story of my empty womb, my struggle, my acceptance if being tagged as a woman who could not conceive naturally, the physical & emotional pain that finally lead to a twin pregnancy and motherhood. It was very important for me to tell my story. When I was going through all those fertility treatments, I had no one to fall back on. I had no book to read. I did not have anyone to tell me how a procedure would take place. It was then, that I decided that educating women facing this situation was important. This thought gave birth to my book. It was time to remove the taboo surrounding the words Fertility Treatment. My Frozen Embryo is a personal journey towards parenthoodthe journey, I so proudly narrate today.
In the past, pregnancy after cancer was largely unheard of. Today, it is increasingly a possibility. Oncofertility has emerged as an interdisciplinary field bridging biomedical and social sciences, and examining issues regarding an individual’s fertility options, choice and goals in light of cancer diagnosis, treatment and survivorship. Written by leaders in this evolving field, the volume covers various aspects: medical, ethical and social.
Everything you need to know about egg freezing . . . because your most productive years coincide with your most reproductive years. “I have plenty of time to think about having kids . . .” “I’ve always liked the idea of having kids, but I never met the right partner . . . ” “Can’t I freeze my eggs later . . . ?” Sound familiar? Eggs Unscrambled is the girlfriend’s guide to everything you need to know about your reproductive options, especially the groundbreaking technology that has revolutionized the modern woman’s life: oocyte cryopreservation. With the help of NYU Langone Fertility Center’s Dr. Nicole Noyes and Dr. Sarah Druckenmiller, Fischer debunks common misconceptions about fertility, offers no-nonsense details of the egg freezing process, and lays out a real plan to help you make important life-changing decisions in an informed way. THE TRUTH: —The number of eggs in a woman’s ovaries peaks while she is still in the womb, and it is all downhill from there! —Women only spend about twelve minutes every year talking to their gynecologists. —Men have a biological clock, too. THE LIES: —Getting pregnant is easy. —Prince Charming will come, one day. —You have all the time in the world—even into your forties—to get pregnant. THE ESSENTIAL QUESTIONS: —At what age should you start considering egg freezing? —Are you willing to be a single mom? —Can you afford the expensive procedure?
With warnings about rising infertility rates and the dangers of leaving motherhood too late, many women are concerned about when or whether they will manage to have a baby. Written by an international expert on fertility, THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO FEMALE FERTILITY deals with the medical facts, the emotional and social aspects of female fertility, and includes the real-life experiences and insights of dozens of women. It includes information on: * How your repoductive system works * When you are at your most fertile * How you age affects your chances of conceiving * How you can boost your fertility naturally * What may stop you getting pregnant * What reproductive technology can do to help.

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