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Today we’re looking at some great books regarding fertility and women’s health. I wanted to share some of the best fertility books I’ve found that you may find helpful.
Whether you’re wanting to conceive naturally or if you’re doing IVF, IUI, or FET these books can help.
I tend to prefer hard copies because it’s easier for me to flip through and use for reference. But they are available as ebooks for Kindle as well. Some of them may be available through Kindle Unlimited or as audiobooks. Choose whichever format you prefer.
This book is full of valuable information. Dr. Kiltz has included info for a variety of specific conditions like endometriosis, PCOS, and fibroids, as well as general fertility tips.
I also like that Dr. Kiltz includes information about alternative therapies like acupuncture. He includes acupressure points for common fertility ailments.
If you can’t do acupuncture you can at least hold each point for a few seconds each day.
In This book Rosanne focuses primarily on strategies for keeping your mindset aligned with your desired outcome- pregnancy. She includes easily-actionable suggestions that you can do right away.
She also has a podcast which often features success stories of women who found success on this journey after many challenges. This is encouraging if you’ve been TTC for a long time.
Reading this book is like having a session with Marisa Peer right in your hands. Marisa writes with hypnotic language that can help you believe pregnancy is possible for you, even when that seems far from true.
This book is consistently recommended with good reason. Armed with a background in molecular biology and biochemistry, Rebecca has compiled loads of scientific research- there’s 66 pages of references- along with a practical understanding of fertility.
She clearly explains the science behind what impacts fertility and egg health and provides realistic solutions so that you can increase your fertility naturally.
In addition to covering products to avoid and what to replace them with she provides thorough information regarding supplements. If you have questions about what vitamins you should be taking and blood levels that need to be looked at, this is a great place to start.
Atomic Habits isn’t actually a fertility book, but I wanted to include it as a little bonus book suggestion.
If you read any of the previously mentioned books, it’s likely that you’ll make an effort to acquire new habits or remove some old ones.
This book can help with that. It’s an easy read with practical advice that you can use to establish new fertility habits. And eliminate fertility-hindering habits.
I hope this list of the best fertility books helps you on your own fertility journey.
I’ve definitely had my share of feeling overwhelmed and uncertainty. Take it step-by-step and go easy on yourself.
Lifestyle changes happen with consistency over time. Pick just one thing to start with and build from there.
I may add to this list from time to time, so if you have any suggestions to read next, please let me know in the comments section.
I have additional fertility resources available to help you including embryo implantation affirmations, IVF stim shot tips, and a manifesting pregnancy playlist. I’ve also created a fertility affirmation coloring book that’s available on Amazon to help you maintain a positive mindset. And IVF Tracker Journals to organize your medical info, appointments, and medications.
Wishing you so much magical baby dust!
Hi, my name is Katy. I started this blog to help you infuse life with ease and joy by sharing recipes and tips for your fertility and lifestyle.
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