TAKING CHARGE OF YOUR FERTILITY BY TONI WESCHLER EBOOK

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Taking Charge of Your Fertility: The Definitive Guide to Natural Birth Control, Pregnancy Achievement, and Reproductive Health by Toni Weschler. Read online. Editorial Reviews. Review. “This beautifully written guide to a woman's fertility signs is packed site Store · site eBooks · Health, Fitness & Dieting . Toni Weschler thoroughly explains the empowering Fertility Awareness Method (FAM) . by Toni Weschler. On Sale: on raislintynboperg.cf To read e-books on the BookShout App, download it on: . Taking Charge of Your Fertility, 20th Anniversary Edition.


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Taking Charge of Your Fertility. Reviews from Goodreads. Item added to cart. Toni Weschler. Continue Shopping Checkout. Rating must be between 1 and 5 stars. Your Review: Privacy Terms Sitemap. Learnt so much on female and male fertility. Are you a female with a body? Cos if so, no matter what stage of life, you should really read this! This info needs to be more widely taught and from a young age; to understand and be in tune with our bodies naturally — instead of just inciting fear in us and putting us on pills and medications and invasive measures.

It's really in depth about how our bodies work and how we can read our own bodies and know what's going on, whether you want to plan or prevent pregnancy.

It's like sex ed on steroids! If this was taught early on, so many of us probably wouldn't have spent years on the pill and let it mess with our bodies.

This should be a coming of age book for all girls at 13, it is so interesting what our incredible bodies do on a day to day basis in regards to fertility. I wish I had read it 20 years ago I'm now 32 and not pumped my body full of drugs to stop it doing what it should be doing!!

I have lent this to many friends! An essential read for any woman looking to become in tune with one of the most influential facets in her life. Explains complex ideas in a simple, often lightheaded manner.

Gives hope. Covers lots of issues-PCOS, hyperthyroidism, etc. I don't normally write reviews but for this book I just had to because it has been that helpful.

General Format: Paperback Language: English Number Of Pages: US Dimensions cm: Help Centre. My Wishlist Sign In Join. Toni Weschler. And yes, I do think men should read it too. Reproduction is not exactly a one-sided arrangement. If you're into data as much as this self-proclaimed data-dork is, I recommend charting your own cycles using the methods here.

I have been wanting an effective way to get off of hormonal birth control because I believe it is the last puzzle piece in the search to cure my migraines. This book is so informative and very easy to Note: This book is so informative and very easy to read.

While it may intimidate some, because it really does look like a textbook, it really isn't that long of a read. Especially because if you want to use it for birth control, you don't need to read the "getting pregnant" or "pre-menopausal" sections and vice versa. Also, a lot of the Appendix sections in the back are merely reference and only apply to certain circumstances. This was such a great book and I know I will reference it for over half of my lifetime. I am also already thinking of giving his book as a gift to some of my female family members.

View all 3 comments. Well, it's pretty obvious what this book is about. Personally, I think it's a good one, and I give the software that comes with it four stars. It would be five stars, but it is pink and purple, and that diminishes it a bit. I am an usually rather quiet-ish advocate of natural birth control, childbirth, and so on. I really like this book, although it is sometimes a bit overwhelming with the vast amount of information!

Definitely a useful guide for any woman who would like to know a bit or every Well, it's pretty obvious what this book is about.

Definitely a useful guide for any woman who would like to know a bit or everything! I wish I could give two and a half stars, because "liked it" is a little too strong for my mixed emotions about this book. Also, the non-informational writing is really cheesy I wish I could give two and a half stars, because "liked it" is a little too strong for my mixed emotions about this book.

Also, the non-informational writing is really cheesy and apparently targeted towards women with neanderthal husbands? View all 5 comments. This was a fascinating and really useful read. Although not all the chapters were necessarily relevant to me at this point in time or hopefully ever , I feel like I learned so much about my body that I was never taught in school.

It will no doubt be an invaluable resource for me going forward. Recently picked up this book. Being a nurse and having worked in maternity with a long-running interest in women's health I considered myself to be quite knowledgeable of the subject matter, but I was amazed while reading this to realize how much I was ignorant of!

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As another reviewer stated, I feel like this should be mandatory reading for all those in posession of a uterus and perhaps all people in general. That talk you got in 6th grade barely scratched the surface! Having watched people st Recently picked up this book. Having watched people struggle with both effective pregnancy avoidance and pregnancy attainment I realize how little we know about what's up "down there"! Once again I've realized how much science and medicine has tried to boil the body down to a precise mechanism when it is truly anything but.

And yet with some simple awareness of how things are supposed to work both on the part of the woman and the medical provider I'm willing to bet many of them are largely ignorant of the information herein, as was I there would be much more productive conversations that would lead to more satisfactory outcomes regardless of the outcome you're seeking! Despite the thickness of this book it's actually quite a quick read. The information is clear and in depth, yet the conversational tone Weschler uses makes it accessible without being dry.

The anecdotes interspersed throughout keep it from being too clinical. There are sections which you can skip over if they don't pertain to your space in life natural family planning, infertility, menopause, etc.

Highly recommend this! This book was recommended to me by my female doctor. While in nursing school I lent this book to one of my instructors who used the pictures to show the class about cervical fluids and what not. Amazing that most of those women in my class had no idea that cervical fluid had any relation to fertility!

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I would highly recommend this book to any female of menses age. The more women know about their bodies, the more empowered we become. Feb 26, Christina rated it it was amazing.

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This is one of them. Before trying to get pregnant, it seemed appropriate to learn more about how female fertility works. For that, I chose this book. The first, and perhaps most important, thing to know about this book is that it is a book every woman should read. Whether you want to get pregnant or avoid pregnancy, whether you're taking birth control pills or attempting more manual methods of contraception, if you're a woman who cares about how her body actually works, you should read this book.

I use "you" Before trying to get pregnant, it seemed appropriate to learn more about how female fertility works. I use "you" and "your" throughout this review because it's more conversational. I acknowledge that this may a bit awkward for any men reading this. Consider it an exercise in what it's like being in a situation whose "you" is not, in fact, you.

It amazed me, when I started reading this book, how little I knew about my own fertility.

While I think that birth control pills were the right contraceptive option for me during the years I wanted to avoid pregnancy — my ovulation cycle has always been much too irregular to depend on my physical signals — I am, in retrospect, sad that I spent a over a decade taking a drug without understanding the system it was regulating.

Now that I am trying to become pregnant and having a hard time, I regret accepting the explanation from my doctor that the pill would "fix" my extremely irregular cycles.

Yes, it suppressed the symptoms, but now that I actually want to get pregnant, I still have the same issues and no more knowledge of them than I did as a teen. By the way, Weschler also wrote a book targeted at teens, which I haven't read.

Now to the book itself. This book is centered around the Fertility Awareness Method. This can be seen as a natural birth control method or a technique for helping achieve pregnancy. I see it as a way to understand how your own body works. Part one discusses these different perspectives and encourages women to take charge of their own fertility.

Part two contains background on a women's reproductive anatomy, menstrual cycle, primary fertility signs, and various types of irregular cycles. Parts three and four apply knowledge of the primary fertility signals to, respectively, birth control and pregnancy achievement.

Part five discusses other practical benefits of charting your cycle, even if you don't care about the other two. As a final note, if avoiding pregnancy is absolutely vital for you, I cannot recommend the Fertility Awareness Method as a standalone method of birth control. Even if you're extremely regular normally, stress, sickness, alcohol, and other life factors can make your signals less reliable. But I still recommend reading the book.

I think mostly women come across this book as a resource for infertility, which is a shame because what they teach you in your elementary maturation class doesn't tell you much about your body.

Have you ever questioned any abnormality about your cycle? Do you know when you ovulate? Do you know why specific symptoms occur in relation to your cycle and what they mean? Do you truly understand how your body works? I didn't and sadly I didn't think I needed to know or rather I wasn't aware there was I think mostly women come across this book as a resource for infertility, which is a shame because what they teach you in your elementary maturation class doesn't tell you much about your body.

I didn't and sadly I didn't think I needed to know or rather I wasn't aware there was such basic information I didn't know that didn't require medical school to understand. It shouldn't be about whether you're trying to get pregnant or avoid it. It should be about you wanting to know how your body functions so you understand why things happen and what they mean.

Excellent resource book for ANY woman, not just those that are trying to get pregnant.

I think I learned more about my body from this book than I ever did in Health Class! If you are interested in what is happening to your body and why your body does what it does, then you should get this book! It also has an entire chapter on women and Menopause. I had no idea that the things I thought were weird and gross about my body were totally natural.

I'm reading this book because I want to get pregnant. Let's just say that thanks to this book, I have my husband charting my daily temperature on a graph on the fridge. It's just too cute.

All women. I have to agree with another reviewer and simply say that this book changed my life, and after reading it for the first time a few years ago I'm surprised that I waited so long to review it.

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I can't remember exactly how I came upon it but it was literally a lifesaver for me when I was at a very depressing time in my life as I struggled with infertility. Though not only for those trying to conceive, it's hands down the best and IMO the only book women who are in the early stages of fertility issu I have to agree with another reviewer and simply say that this book changed my life, and after reading it for the first time a few years ago I'm surprised that I waited so long to review it.

Though not only for those trying to conceive, it's hands down the best and IMO the only book women who are in the early stages of fertility issues should read. Living up to it's title it actually gives you something you and only you can do to "take charge" of your situation and find answers that oftentimes will be more revealing and telling than what a doctor, biology book, or pregnancy test can tell you.

The method requires only an oral thermometer and a minute every morning to take your temperature, daily monitoring of your cervical fluid and a chart to record your observations.Back cover copy 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 technologies Are you unhappy with your current method of birth control?

Like k Kyriann Jun 08, Every woman should take the time to read this book. This book just made me mad in many ways. We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads.

Book ratings by Goodreads. Privacy Terms Sitemap. Though not only for those trying to conceive, it's hands down the best and IMO the only book women who are in the early stages of fertility issu I have to agree with another reviewer and simply say that this book changed my life, and after reading it for the first time a few years ago I'm surprised that I waited so long to review it.

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