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  • Taschenbuch: 509 Seiten
  • Verlag: Good Books (1. Mai 2011)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1561487171
  • ISBN-13: 978-1561487172
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 15,2 x 3 x 22,9 cm
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3 von 3 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Kelly am 24. März 2011
Format: Taschenbuch
After reading several reviews about the "classic" What to Expect When You Are Expecting that said it made many women worry, I decided to look for something else and read lots of positive reviews about the Mayo Clinic Guide. I got it and have never looked back. It is a wonderful reference book with a week-by-week description of what goes on with your baby, and month-by-month description of what symptoms you can expect, and I also found the table at the end of every month chapter extremely helpful. There various troublesome symptoms are listed (spotting, heavier bleeding, vomiting, etc) and it says when to contact your doctor (next visit, same day, or immediately).
In the back there is also a great reference section for looking up individual symptoms and often there are suggestions for finding relief from them. There is are sections on birth, both vaginal and c-sections, breastfeeding, birth control after birth, and complications that can occur during pregnancy. I have really found this book to be both a great source for information about what's going on with my baby and myself as well as a reassurance when I've gotten worrying symptoms.
I have gone to Labor and Delivery twice for problems because my Mayo Clinic book said to do so, and both times the doctors there found nothing wrong (thankfully) but told me that I was absolutely correct in coming and if those symptoms came again then I would have to come back.
In short, I recommend this book with no reservations and really wish they had a corresponding guide for the first few years of your child's life!
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2 von 2 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von mahfuza am 17. September 2010
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Loved this book as a reference. Was very helpful for me when I wanted to get more details to a specific topic. But would not recommend it to people who are into less text and more illustrations.
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Superior to "What to Expect..." 15. August 2005
Von Julia - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Back when babies were just daydreams, I recieved "What to Expect When You're Expecting" (3rd ed.) from a pregnant friend who had an extra copy. Not knowing any better, I was quite pleased. Once I became pregnant and actually needed a guide, however, that changed. I found the book to be poorly organized, overly conversational and condescending in tone (especially given my plans to be a stay-at-home mom), and generally useless for anything other than instilling fear and paranoia. Most exasperating, though, was the "organization." Symptoms that can arise during varying parts of pregnancy are scattered haphazardly amongst the monthly chapters. This means that the book must be read cover to cover and all material retained in memory if hunting through the index and flipping back and forth between sections doesn't sound appealing.

Enter the "Mayo Clinic Guide to a Healthy Pregnancy." Hallelujah! Not wanting to suffer through another mediocre guide to pregnancy, I looked through every book I could get my hands on, and this was the only one that satisfied my criteria. It is written by trustworthy professionals in clear yet -professional- language, it provides information on "pregnancy, childbirth and your newborn" in chronological order, and best of all, it contains separate sections entitled, appropriately, "decision guides for pregnancy, childbirth and parenthood," "pregnancy reference guide," and "complications of pregnancy and childbirth," each with a table of contents at the beginning of the section. Instead of having to take a wild guess at which chapter (or, more likely, chapters) cramping might have landed in in "What to Expect" or searching the entire index, I could find it, along with all the other things I might be wondering about, in the reference guide. Blessed simplicity!

The "Mayo Clinic Guide to a Healthy Pregnancy" was the only book I needed. Once I found it, "What to Expect When You're Expecting" went back on the shelf and stayed there.
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Best pregnancy book ever 6. Mai 2005
Von A reader - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
When we started trying, I bought a lot of pregnancy books. I am now towards the end of my first trimester and this book has been by far the best book I own on this topic.

This book is extremely well organized, very informative and objective, and covers a wide range of topics from pregnancy to birth to breastfeeding.

It is very easy to find what you are looking for. For each week, it explains what your body is going through, how your baby is growing and what emotional changes you could expect. In each month, there is a summary page that lists the problems you may have in that period and tells you when you should call your doctor. There are very nice drawings that show what your baby looks like and how big it is. (Some pictures are real size, for others the book tells what percentage of the real thing the picture is.)

This book had answers to all my questions so far - and I should say, being a very curious first time mom, I had a lot of questions.

Thanks and congratulations to Mayo Clinic.
417 von 446 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Saved my Baby 11. Oktober 2005
Von Rebeca - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
This is the best book out there by far. I had 3 other pregnancy books in addition to this one. This book answered every question I had during pregancy. And I had lots of them. At the week 38, I wasn't feeling great but I wasn't dying either. Just not feeling too well. I was having some minor chills, and NO fever. No other symptom. I opened the book and it said to call my OBGYN right away. I did so and my OBGYN wasn't too sure that it was urgent. My OBGYN then changed her mind 5 min later called me back and told me to go to the hospital for a quick checkup. My babies heartrate was over 200/min. They managed to stabilize him and 15 min his heartrate dropped to 80/min. Needless to say, my OBGYN did and emergency C-section. Had I not had this book and been so persistent with my doctor, my baby might be not be alive. Well worth every penny it costs.
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The ONLY book you need 21. Januar 2006
Von GadgetChick - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
I had bought several pregnancy books, including the Mother of All Pregnancy books and a couple of others, shortly after finding out I was pregnant. I kept getting disappointed by them - either the tone of the book would be off, or the information wouldn't be complete enough, or the book would be too cutesy for me to stomach. I got a recommendation from someone for this book, and after I read it I was sorry that I had wasted any money on other books. This is the only pregnancy book I need.

It's hard to describe just how comprehensive the information is. If you, as a pregnant woman, need to know about something, it's discussed in this book. There's a large section on pregnancy discomforts and problems, but it's written in such a way that it's not depressing at all. The book is very straightforward about common pregnancy symptoms - if something hurts, they don't pussyfoot around, they say "this hurts" - but yet not negative about the experience of pregnancy either. The tone of the book is very straightforward, but yet upbeat at the same time. There are great week-by-week descriptions of what's happening with your baby, complete with illustrations, and in the week-by-week chapters there are also discussions of issues relevant to your pregnancy and suggestions about things you might want to think about or make some decisions about at that stage. There is VERY extensive information about prenatal testing, complete with great diagrams (this was the first book that showed me what really happens during CVS testing) and the information is presented in a neutral, nonbiased way that really aids decision-making when it comes to prenatal tests.

One of the most helpful features of this book are the "decision-making guides" in the middle. These are short articles about things like breastfeeding, deciding to have another child, etc. that present the pros and the cons in a very balanced and neutral way, so that you as a parent can make decisions for yourself. The book recommends breastfeeding and provides detailed instructions on breastfeeding, but also provides plenty of information on formula feeding, complete with instructions on how to formula feed, which is something I have not seen in many other books. I plan to breastfeed but if you are not planning to, or find you cannot, this book has some great information for you about formula feeding.

One other extremely helpful feature of the book are the charts for each trimester that help you decide when you should talk to your doctor about certain kinds of symptoms. I was surprised to find that some things I would think would be not that serious are actually things that warrant an immediate call to the doctor. I know I will be referring back to those tables over and over my entire pregnancy.

Overall, I can't recommend this book highly enough. Loads of information to help you make the best decisions you can in your pregnancy. Don't bother buying any other book. This is the one you will go back to for information and reassurance over and over throughout your pregnancy.
27 von 28 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich
Real great book! 17. Oktober 2005
Von F.F3954872 - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
I borrowed many pregnancy books at the library and found this book from far the best and I decided to buy it! It is written by doctors and explains everything simply but also scientifically. Do not buy "what to expect when you are expecting" which is too alarmist and not as complete as the Mayo Clinic Guide.
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