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Your High-Risk Pregnancy

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This extensive mobile reference guide to all complications of pregnancy can be on your iPhone or iPod touch with the answers.

Your obstetrician often doesn't make time to explain worrisome findings.

Brand-new and written by a board-certified perinatologist, its 216 pages allow you to quickly find out about anything that happens during your pregnancy - new lab tests, admission to the hospital, new treatments, or special diagnostic procedures.

Far more than the usual pregnancy guide, "Your High-Risk Pregnancy" is a serious and comprehensive reference for all minor and major complications of pregnancy, presented in plain and easy-to-understand language.

Use the extensive Search feature to find the relevant information using more than 4,100 indexed keywords, or use the many links in the text that refer to related topics.

Use the Bookmarking feature to save important topic pages that you want to refer to, or to make a list of concerns that you want to discuss with your obstetrician at the next visit or on the phone.

Take this reference along with you to doctor visits, lab tests, genetic counseling sessions, hospital admissions, ultrasound examinations, tests of your baby's well-being, or emergency room visits.

Quickly find out what unfamiliar or confusing information really means. Find out what is recommended and more importantly, why. Find out what the chances are that something is really wrong.

Your High-Risk Pregnancy covers all high-risk conditions, and includes ultrasound images and fetal monitor strips so you can know what is happening and what confusing terms mean.

Answer questions such as:

• Diabetes and hypertension
• ALL prenatal diagnosis issues and tests
• "Abnormal" ultrasound findings
• Dilation and effacement of the cervix and preterm labor
• Growth of the baby
• Infections
• The nonstress test and biophysical profile
• Ruptured membranes
• Group B Strep testing and treatment
• Decreased or increased amniotic fluid
• Hospitalization
• Early delivery of the baby
• Cesarean section

And many more.

If you want the best and most comprehensive reference for your pregnancy, this is it. "Your High-Risk Pregnancy" is comprehensive, up-to-date, and goes with you wherever you go. Get your copy today.