One of the most successful books ever published on women's health, "Everywoman" is the essential guide for women who want to learn more about their bodies and health. Written in a sensible and straightforward way, it provides the medical and gynaecological facts as well as the social aspects of women's sexuality and wellbeing. This groundbreaking book has again been revised and updated to meet the needs of women of all ages as they head towards the next century.
Table of Contents
The differences between women and men; how human life begins; the start of femininity; adolescence; about sexuality; the infertile couple; birth control and family planning; a slight touch of pregnancy; a wondrous growth; and bears healthy children; and ABC of hygiene in pregnancy; the three stages of labour; childbirth without pain; what to expect in labour; lying-in and going home; breasts and breast-feeding; when things go wrong in pregnancy; the baby in pregnancy; obstetric operations; the things that happen to women; an ounce of prevention; not the end of life; growing old gracefully and happily.
Derek Llewellyn-Jones OBE MD MAO FRCOG FRACOG is former Associate Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology at the University of Sydney. He is the author of numerous highly successful books including BREASTFEEDING: HOW TO SUCCEED, and EVERYWOMAN'S MIDDLE YEARS.