What I Wish I Knew About Getting Pregnant ... Again. Experiences From My Struggles With Trying To Have Another Child. Secondary Infertility. What To Expect. Pregnancy. The First Year. Baby.
Erica Chao describes in this heart wrenching, yet factual and candid book her struggles with infertility and having a second child.Despite being a mother already, Erica Chao lays out the top ten things she wish she knew about getting pregnant that she has learned. She is a smart, educated, career woman who seemingly has it all – she graduated from a top tier woman’s college and graduate MBA progra...
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Publication Date: April 7, 2014
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“Informative, yet personal, an easy to read book for anyone thinking about becoming pregnant. Erica writes in a warm friendly tone, debunking some of the common misconceptions about pregnancy.Through her struggles to conceive a second child, she rema...”
, has worked at a top tier investment bank and strategy consulting firm, and now is an independent consultant who juggles motherhood with career. However in this book, she ponders why there are so many aspects of pregnancy and fertility she did not know and lays out what she has learned in an easy to digest manner.This book is an informative, interesting must-read for those trying to get pregnant for the first time, those addressing secondary infertility, and even those career-minded woman who have put pregnancy and motherhood on the backburner.