Recommended Reading: Rewinding Your Biological Clock

There are a wide range of different books available to you for reading about infertility. Most of the time, you'll want to go with the newest books on the market because they are the ones with the most up-to-date information about what your infertility choices are. However, it's sometimes good to go back to old favorites and read what they have to say. If you're in the market for a slightly older book about infertility, you might want to pick up a copy of Richard Paulson's Rewinding Your Biological Clock: Motherhood Late in Life - Options, Issues and Emotions. (See it on Amazon here.) Although some of the medical information may not be cutting-edge, it takes a good look at some of the deep emotional issues affecting older women who are undergoing infertility treatments. The author continues to work in the field today. He is the chief of a reproductive health department at USC. He recently leant his expertise on the issue to ABC News to provide answers about infertility questions to their readers. You can learn more about the issue from him here. Question of the Day: What is the most helpful book you've ever read about infertility? photo link
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