Trying for a baby? Have you spent months and months upside down riding an imaginary bike or scissor-kicking
the ceiling? Or spent hours thinking maybe I'm not ovulating? Or maybe you're not aiming it right? Well you're not alone. One in six couples experience some kind of fertility problem, and the average couple takes over
six months to conceive.
Bump & Grind author Genevieve Morton and her husband Ben started trying for a baby when
she was 34. After 18 months of trying to get pregnant without success, they realised that a positive pregnancy
test might be harder than they thought. Sperm tests, a laparoscopy and a few ultrasounds proved nothing, leaving
them with that most unsatisfactory of categorisations: unexplained infertility. If you're considering IUI (Intrauterine Insemination) or IVF (In Vitro Fertilization), or you're wondering what oats and liquid
zinc can do for your partners fertility, Bump & Grind is the book for you.
- Publication Date:
- 01 / 07 / 2011