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Dr. Ruth's Pregnancy Guide for Couples: Love, Sex and Medical Facts epub

by Dr. Ruth K. Westheimer,Amos Grunebaum M.D.


Dr. Ruth's Pregnancy Guide for Couples: Love, Sex and Medical Facts epub

ISBN: 041591972X

ISBN13: 978-0415919722

Author: Dr. Ruth K. Westheimer,Amos Grunebaum M.D.

Category: Other

Subcategory: Social Sciences

Language: English

Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (April 25, 1999)

Pages: 256 pages

ePUB book: 1362 kb

FB2 book: 1561 kb

Rating: 4.7

Votes: 205

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This book actually made me worried about my relationship with my husband rather than being an informative read

Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. This book actually made me worried about my relationship with my husband rather than being an informative read. It had a series of distressing situations that could happen during the pregnancy and after the birth (where the solution was to have sex). At one point it said to resume sex after birth, even though it might be uncomfortable or else.

Parenting Books Pregnancy & Childbirth Books. First published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company. ISBN13: 9780415919722. Dr. Ruth's Pregnancy Guide for Couples : Love, Sex and Medical Facts. by Ruth Westheimer and Amos Grunebaum.

Dr. Ruth's pregnancy guide for couples. Taylor & Francis Ltd (Sales), Routledge. Amos Grunebaum also has a media presence as a television personality and actor. Retrieved 11 June 2018. "Dr. Ruth's Pregnancy Guide for Couples: Love, Sex and Medical Facts (Paperback) - Routledge". He played Marisa Tomei’s obstetrician in the movie, The Paper. Amos Grunebaum".

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About Dr. Amos Grunebaum . Amos Grünebaum, MD, FACOG is a New York obstetrician and gynecologist. He is a Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology as well as a specialist in high-risk pregnancies (maternal-fetal medicine). Born in Israel and raised in Germany, Dr. Amosreceived his . from Germany's University of Cologne Medical School which was established in 1388 as the fourth university in the Holy Roman Empire. One of Dr. Amos' strongest recommendations for couples considering parenthood is preconception counseling and taking a prenatal vitamin plus folic acid well before conception.

Her media career began in 1980 with the radio show Sexually Speaking, which continued until 1990. She also hosted at least five television shows on the Lifetime and other cable television from 1984 to 1993. She is also the author of 45 books on a variety of topics about sex and sexuality.

Born in Germany in 1928, I was sent to a children's home in Switzerland at the age of ten which became an orphanage for most of the German Jewish students who had been sent there to escape the Holocaust

Born in Germany in 1928, I was sent to a children's home in Switzerland at the age of ten which became an orphanage for most of the German Jewish students who had been sent there to escape the Holocaust. At 17 I went to Israel where I fought for the country's independence as a member of the Haganah, the Jewish freedom fighters.

Written in Dr. Ruth's refreshingly candid and lively style, it gives you everything you need to take charge of your health?from finding a gynecologist to having a happy sex life to planning or avoiding a pregnancy. With practical advice and information for every age and stage of a woman's life, Sexually Speaking is an invaluable reference you will turn to again and again

First published in 1999. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
I love this book,not yet a parent but am looking to conceive very soon. I would recommended this book to everyone and anyone looking to have kids or that already have them.
After having read "The Unofficial Guide To Having A Baby", this book just didn't compare. In only the first few chapters, there were references to "hanging from the chandelier"! I admit, the idea of that was funny, but not what I was looking for at that particular point in time. And things such as that caused me to lose interest in this book - and fast! The "Unofficial Guide" mentioned above is a much better, more informative book in my opinion. Dr. Ruth's was so/so, but as I said - NOT THE BEST.
I bought this book in hopes of finding discussion of various positions for sex during pregnancy, coupled with emotional information and guidance about sexuality. While there is a bit of that information, the bulk of the information in the book is how to be a good OB patient. With line drawings of episiotomies, forceps deliveries, and a few dismissive paragraphs on home birthing and other birthing alternatives, Drs. Westheimer and Grunebaum strive to keep women in the dark about the culmination of the sexual act: the birth itself. If you need help in choosing an anesthesiologist or deciding which surgical procedure should be performed on you at birth, then buy this book. If you're looking for good information on intimacy during pregnancy, keep looking.