Miscarriage: What Every Woman Needs to Know, Paperback Book

Miscarriage: What Every Woman Needs to Know Paperback

3.5 out of 5 (2 ratings)


The definitive account of the causes, prevention and treatment of miscarriageOne in four pregnancies ends in miscarriage - it is the most common complication of pregnancy and also one of the least understood. Professor Lesley Regan is the first woman to hold a chair on obstetrics and gynaecology in the country and for the past decade she has worked to establish the biggest miscarriage clinic in the world.This book gives up-to-date information on the many causes of miscarriage and the latest treatments available. It covers the chances of a successful pregnancy, how to prepare for and cope with the next pregnancy, infertility, and gives answers to the most commonly asked questions on the subject of miscarriage.

Revised and updated to take account of the latest developments in the study of miscarriage, this book is the book everyone who has ever suffered a miscarriage will need.


  • Format: Paperback
  • Pages: 336 pages
  • Publisher: Orion Publishing Co
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  • Category: Women's health
  • ISBN: 9780752837574

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Was a bit disappointed because of a bit outdated info and absence of web-links for further research. Despite that, it is a very good and educational book, in both medical and "personal" styles of written text. Case studies/Stories are a great bonus to the narrative. Perspective of the author along with her own experience gives a face to the subject. A very thought-through book indeed.

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Thorough overview of the science as far is it is understood, by a doctor and researcher who is obviously extremely knowledgeable and enthusiastic about the subject. However, despite this, it is very subjective in places and also concentrates on the science of recurrent miscarriage and only skips over the psychological effect of miscarriage, which was a disappointment. I'm not sure how useful this would be to the lay reader who had had her first miscarriage.