Books currently available from NISIG
We will be happy to send any of these books out for a P&P fee – please email us for details.
|The Stork Club [on loan]||Imogen Edwards-Jones||‘…personal, moving and hilariously honest memoir of her…attempts to conceive…’|
|Love and Infertility||Kristen Magnacca||‘Survival Strategies for balancing infertility, marriage and life’|
|The Infertility Cure||Randine Lewis||‘The ancient Chinese wellness programme for getting pregnant and having healthy babies’|
|The Hollow Heart [on loan]||Martina Devlin||‘The true story of one woman’s desire to give life and how it almost destroyed her own’|
|Pink for a Girl||Isla McGuckin||‘Wanting a baby and not conceiving- my personal story’|
|A Few Good Eggs [on loan]||Julie Vargo and Maureen Regan||‘Frank, friendly advice on overcoming infertility- from two women who have lived through it all’|
|The Couple’s Guide to In Vitro Fertilization||Liza Charlesworth||‘Everything you need to know to maximise your chances of success’|
|Infertility: the last secret||Anna McGrail||‘What happens when you want to have a baby’|
|Fertility: A Natural Approach [on loan]||Julie Reid||‘…offers solutions which don’t involve high tech intervention’|
|Infertility Sucks! [on loan]||Beverly Barna||‘Keeping it all together when sperm and egg stubbornly remain apart’|
|Miscarriage: What every woman needs to know||Professor Lesley Regan||‘The definitive account of the causes, prevention and treatment of miscarriage’|
|The Conception Chronicles||Patty Doyle Debano, Courtney Edgerton Menzel, Shelly Dicken Sutphen||‘The uncensored truth about sex, love and marriage when you’re trying to get pregnant’|
|The Infertility Survival Handbook||Elizabeth Swire Falker||‘Everything you never thought you’d need to know’|
|Experiencing Infertility: An essential resource||Debby Peoples, Harriette Rovner Ferguson||‘A sensitive guide to the emotional trauma of infertility’|
|Fit for Fertility [on loan]||Michael Dooley||‘…Strategies for maximising a couple’s chance of conception.’|
|Trying to Conceive: True stories of how couples overcame infertility||Michaela Ryan (ed)||Fifteen real life stories of women and men who were able to conceive only after they had taken a more holistic approach to pregnancy|
|Fertility and Conception [on loan]||Professor Ian Greer||‘Expert guide’ to boosting your chances of conceiving a healthy baby|
|Trying to Conceive – The Irish Couple’s Guide [on loan]||Fiona McPhillips||‘…Makes sense of the sometimes bewildering array of options available to those who are seeking help with conception.’|
|Getting Pregnant Faster [on loan]||Dr Marilyn Glenville||Boost your fertility in just 3 months|
|Are Those Kids Yours?||Cheri Register||American families with children adopted from other countries|
|In Search of Belonging||Perlita Harris||Reflections by transracially adopted people|
|Making Babies||Sami S. David, MD||A Proven 3-Month Program for Maximum Fertility|
|Never to be a Mother||Linda Hunt Anton||Steps to healing the heartache and leading a rich, childfree life|
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