Book Reviews of A Few Good Eggs: Two Chicks Dish on Overcoming the Insanity of Infertility

A Few Good Eggs: Two Chicks Dish on Overcoming the Insanity of Infertility
A Few Good Eggs Two Chicks Dish on Overcoming the Insanity of Infertility
Author: Julie Vargo, Maureen Regan
ISBN-13: 9780060834401
ISBN-10: 0060834404
Publication Date: 6/1/2006
Pages: 416
Edition: 1 Reprint
Rating:
  • Currently 3.1/5 Stars.
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3.1 stars, based on 7 ratings
Publisher: Regan Books
Book Type: Paperback
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reviewed A Few Good Eggs: Two Chicks Dish on Overcoming the Insanity of Infertility on + 5 more book reviews
great book.

they put everything out there without all the medical jumbo.
reviewed A Few Good Eggs: Two Chicks Dish on Overcoming the Insanity of Infertility on + 4 more book reviews
For anyone out there trying to have a baby, or going through fertility issues this is the book for you. This book helped me through so much. You will laugh with the ladies and you will cry with them as well. You will also see similarities between your fertility stories and issues. Its almost like when you read this book, it was written just for you.
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This book answered a lot of questions that I had about conceiving, and was pretty funny as well.
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As an AMA TTC'er I am always on the lookout for informative yet reader-friendly books on fertility/infertility/TTC (trying to conceive). I really enjoyed this book; found it full of info/advice/suggestions mixed with humor. I liked the personal stories as well. My only criticism is that the authors kept saying that women should focus on getting pregnant earlier in life. I agree to a point, but since I am at the age I am, have made certain choices, it would have been nice to have more support as opposed to what felt like criticism. But I would certainly recommend this book for any women facing fertility issues.