Browsing posts tagged: Gynecology & Obstetrics
Blooming Pregnancy

Blooming pregnancy is packed with 52 brilliant ideas to help you and your partner relax and enjoy being expectant parents. Being pregnant is a life-changing experience for everyone, and what should be a period of excited anticipation can often become a confusing and stressful time. Blooming pregnancy is the indispensable guide to enjoying your pregnancy, […]

The Uterine Health Companion

The uterus is a remarkable organ it is our first home, contributes to women’s sexual pleasure, houses some of the strongest muscles in the body, and even helps prevent heart disease and high blood pressure. However, in the West, the uterus has generally been viewed as insignificant beyond reproduction and rarely receives our attention except […]

Menopause For Dummies

Although menopause is a natural and inevitable stage in every woman’s life, its physical, mental, and emotional manifestations can vary greatly from one person to the next. Add to this all of the conflicting “expert” information about the benefits, risks, and side effects to which women are exposed on a daily basis, and it’s easy […]

Labour Ward Manual

Labour Ward Manual, Second Edition provides guidelines for the application of obstetric knowledge to the labor ward environment. The practice of obstetrics is still an art and as such encompasses alternative approaches to achieve the same welcome end, the safety and wellbeing of both mother and child throughout labor and after delivery. The steps suggested […]

Taking Charge of Your Fertility

This new edition for the twentieth anniversary of the groundbreaking national bestseller provides all the information you need to monitor your menstrual cycle along with updated information on the latest reproductive technologiesAre you unhappy with your current method of birth control? Or demoralized by your quest to have a baby? Do you experience confusing signs […]


Endometriosis affects a huge number of women throughout the world. It has been estimated that between 1% and 15% of women who are examined for pelvic pain and infertility may have endometriosis; the true prevalence is unknown because diagnosis can only be made with any accuracy by laparoscopic examination of the pelvis. This book provides […]

The Hormone Decision

It's the most pressing question on the minds of women at any stage of the menopausal transition: "Should I or shouldn't I take menopause hormones?"The answer is far from crystal clear. Hormone drugs are the most effective therapy for easing hot flashes and other common menopause symptoms. But their long-term effects have been the focus […]

What’s Up Down There?

In this funny, outrageous and empowering book, Dr. Lissa Rankin answers all the secret gynecological questions that most women wonder about, but have always been afraid to ask.Suppose you had a wise, warm, funny best friend-who just happened to be a gynecologist. You’re out with the girls for cocktails and the conversation turns to sex, […]

Handbook of Obstetric High Dependency Care

Concise practical guidance to managing an Obstetric High Dependency unit The team and clinical environment is the starting point for the Handbook of Obstetric High Dependency Care. The book discusses the structure and requirements of a unit, both clinically and in terms of equipment, protocols and management aims. The main sections cover the investigation, diagnosis […]