TTC: Trying to Conceive

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TTC: Trying to Conceive

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As Ireland's baby boom reaches childbearing age, one in six couples are seeking help to have a baby, and it is estimated that this figure will rise to one in four over the next twenty years.

In TTC: The Irish Couple's Guide to Trying to Conceive, Fiona McPhillips offers advice to all those who are planning a family or who are experiencing difficulties in relation to fertility.

This easy-to-read guide, which features numerous diagrams and tables and a wealth of information specific to the medical services and current medical practice in relation to fertility in Ireland, makes sense of the sometimes bewildering array of options available to those who are seeking help with conception. It also provides advice on how couples can increase their chances of conceiving a child. TTC will prove to be an indispensable companion for all those seeking to navigate the maze of options relating to fertility.

About the Author 

Fiona McPhillips has worked as a journalist and is currently a researcher in Trinity College Dublin, working and publishing in the area of politics and technology.

Having given birth to her son in 2003, Fiona faced three rounds of Clomid, three IUIs, two IVFs and suffered six miscarriages before giving birth to her daughter in 2008. She went on to have another son in 2009.

Her website 'The Waiting Game' documents her continued work to raise awareness and funds for services connected with infertility.

ISBN: 9781905483365

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