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Great Stuff to Know: Before You Conceive [Kindle Edition]

Jan Roberts
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Great Stuff to Know: Before You Conceive is the one-stop guide to knowing all there is to know about preconception.Starting a family is a life-changing decision and there are practical things to be discussed with your partner before you conceive. In Great Stuff to Know: Before You Conceive, healthcare expert Jan Roberts offers invaluable advice and essential information for a natural, uncomplicated, full-term pregnancy.Great Stuff to Know: Before You Conceive is taken from Jan Robert's bestselling Healthy Parents, Healthy Baby program.

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1.0 out of 5 stars Where's the rest? 5 April 2014
By Briony
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This one should come with a sticker on it saying "sample" as there is no way this is long enough to be a proper book. Guess I should have had alarm bells going when the price is 99p. Great Stuff? Its common sense stuff, what with eating properly and cutting out caffeine and whatnot. It only glances over more important matters, like pre-existing health issues and any other worries a potential mum-to-be might have. I have a thyroid condition (kept in check by doctors) but no-where in this article does it seriously flag up the fact that anyone with a thyroid condition needs to consult with a doctor both before and after conception, both for the health of mother and baby. I only learnt that from another book!!
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