I’m sharing a few fertility books that I have read myself and a few that others having gone through infertility have recommended as well. Dealing with infertility can be frustrating, but educating yourself about your fertility will help you along on your fertility journey.
I am sharing these fertility books in no particular order. You may have seen that I wrote my own infertility book on how to mentally handle your infertility diagnosis without letting it define you. I wrote this as we were going through our own personal infertility journey. I’ll link to it and share about it at the end.
These 4 books about fertility and infertility are ones you should really read.
It Starts with the Egg: How the Science of Egg Quality Can Help You Get Pregnant Naturally, Prevent Miscarriage, and Improve Your Odds in IVF
“It Starts With The Egg” is quite a popular book. In fact, it’s a #1 Best Seller! It was recommended to us when we started at our fertility clinic to conceive our first child. Even the fertility clinic we went to recommended to read it.
Description about the book (from the marketing areas): A practical and evidence-backed approach for improving egg quality and fertility— fully revised and updated in 2019.
This book discusses so many thing, the main thing being egg quality. It’s important to understand the quality of your eggs, how to properly choose the right supplements to help maintain your current egg health, or improve it if possible.
This book even covers “The Egg Quality Diet”, which would be good for anybody having any infertility problems whether they’re egg quality related or not!
The Fertility Doctor’s Guide to Overcoming Infertility: Discovering Your Reproductive Potential and Maximizing Your Odds of Having a Baby
The Fertility Doctor’s Guide to Overcoming Infertility book was recommended by a fellow co-worker who worked closely with a fertility clinic before. I really liked this one.
This book discusses things like both men’s and women’s prenatal health, understanding ovulation, the reality of ovarian age testing, confronting both infertility and secondary infertility, some infertility causes, recurrent pregnancy loss, endometriosis, PCOS, male factor infertility and so much more.
Taking Charge of Your Fertility: The Definitive Guide to Natural Birth Control, Pregnancy Achievement, and Reproductive Health
I haven’t read this one personally, but, know of many who have. Taking Charge of Your Fertility is all about educating women on how to become pregnant, avoid pregnancy naturally and gain better control of their gynecological and sexual health by taking just a couple minutes a day using the proven Fertility Awareness Method.
This book has recently been updated and now includes even more info on
- the latest medical advances in assisted reproductive technologies (ART)
- more in-depth coverage of women’s gynecological and sexual health
- new illustrations, photographs, and an expanded color insert
- new sample charts
- more info on PCOS, Ovarian Cysts and Endometriosis
As I mentioned before, I wrote a book about how I handled dealing with the diagnosis of infertility. It wasn’t an easy thing to swallow and I wanted to share my story in hope that it would help others get through the process as well.
You can learn more about Infertility is a Diagnosis, Not a Definition in this post.
I hope one of these fertility books can help you learn more about your fertility and will help you achieve a healthy pregnancy.
Keep in mind that different circumstances can change the shipping times on physical copies of books available on Amazon. With that being said, I highly recommend using Audible or getting the Kindle versions of these books if available!
Benefits of getting Kindle Infertility Books:
- Kindle Offers Various Unlimited Plans – Unlimited 6, 12 and 24-month membership plans.
- Unlimited reading from over 1 million ebooks
- Unlimited listening to thousands of audiobooks
- Read on any device
- Membership plans are also giftable
Get more info on Audible (which I use daily and highly recommend) below:
I wish you the best of luck and know exactly what you’re going through!
Check out these ways to stay connected with your partner while navigating through the path of infertility.
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- IVF Success Tips
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