What You Need to Know When You're Expecting: The Complete Pregnancy Guide for Moms and Dads - Dr. Jyothi Shenoy

What You Need to Know When You're Expecting: The Complete Pregnancy Guide for Moms and Dads

By Dr. Jyothi Shenoy

  • Release Date: 2016-08-01
  • Genre: Parenting
Score: 4.5
4.5
From 157 Ratings

Description

Do You Want To Know What To Do To Prepare For A New Child? 
Dr. Jyothi Shenoy explains EXACTLY what you need to do, why you need to do it, and when you need to do it...all in an easy to understand, step-by-step fashion. 

Inside this complete pregnancy guide, you will learn: 
- The 11 most important facts about pregnancy that all mom's and dad's need to know 

- The top 10 pregnancy myths 

- The most recent developments in obstetrics that will save you time and energy 

- The physical symptoms you will experience and the solutions 

- Dangerous pregnancy symptoms that should not be ignored 

- Diet and nutrition tips for a pregnant woman 

- Guidelines for safe exercises during pregnancy 

- How to handle the emotional roller coaster during pregnancy 

- The most current lifestyle trends in the pregnancy world 

- What’s hot and what's not for sex during pregnancy 

- How to juggle a busy career with your pregnancy 

- Travel tips for pregnant women 

- What a man needs to know about pregnancy 

- Safe skin-care products during pregnancy 

- What clothes you should and shouldn't wear during pregnancy 

- The packing list for the hospital or birth center

Reviews

  • Quick read

    4
    By misstoxiczf
    Overall, I thought this book was educating for the most part. There were some things I didn’t know that I was brought up to date on. Also, the thing I couldn’t stand the most were the he and she references to “he” being the doctor and “she” being the baby. A doctor isn’t always going to be a male and a baby isn’t always a female. I’m usually not offended by spelling errors but it did annoy me. Good read for a free book!
  • Not edited and poorly written

    1
    By GTprepper
    This was pretty awful. It was clearly never edited and is full of opinions. There’s absolutely zero studies, cases, facts, etc. referenced. I was embarrassed reading it.
  • Great

    3
    By cavezza1
    Need more information
  • Purchased As Gifts

    2
    By 802.11 Hedy Lamarr
    When you buy the paperback twice and hand it out as gifts for an instruction manual, expect personal feedback ;) Having sat with my best friend with an occluded line in excruciating pain awaiting the goddaughter — she was not impressed with the book. The book I bought for her hubby to prepare him for sleep deprivation to teens delved deeper into territory that now produced a little brother. The second purchase was for a brief and lovely step-daughter. While under my roof, I said if she finished college, I’d send her on a trip of her interest. I’m sure she’s doing fine with her crazy Dad while she tries this a few times to keep him busy. Now — it’s free. Condoms are $1.00?
  • Great

    5
    By Anicole1234
    Awesome!!
  • Most chapters are good

    4
    By Shminion
    All the chapters are good except the one for dads to be. It talks down to dad's like they are idiots, has typos and grammar problems, and completely sounds like it was written by a different author. Not sure what's going on there. But note this is like a basic starter guide to pregnancy. Nothing complete. Just gives you stuff to think about. Medically sound advice (I'm a family medicine with OB so I can say it overall has good medical advice).

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