Peace of mind for those struggling with reproductive difficulties: Confronting a problem that affects one out of 10 American couples, this all-inclusive, question-and-answer guide offers insight and encouragement in the face of infertility. Addressing the deep disappointment and emotional distress that accompany a diagnosis, this resource emphasizes that there is still hope regarding this daunting condition. Penned by a reputable endocrinologist who has treated thousands of couples, this helpful reference provides a way to navigate through a confusing time, clearly illustrating the most suitable treatment options. Topics covered include the causes of both female and male infertility, how to cope emotionally with a diagnosis, and utilizing the new Assisted Reproductive Technologies (ART). From choosing a fertility specialist to taking advantage of the most recent developments, this exhaustive study provides practical guidance for couples facing this overwhelming syndrome.
Gerard M. Honore, MD, PhD, is a reproductive endocrinologist with the Perinatal and Fertility Specialists of San Antonio. He lives in San Antonio, Texas. Jay Nemiro, MD, completed his residency in OB/GYN at George Washington University Hospital and is board certified. He completed his Fellowship in Reproductive Endocrinology at Georgetown University. He is Medical Director of Arizona Center for Fertility Studies and the Institute for Reproductive Studies at Scottsdale Healthcare Shea. He is an adjunct professor for the Department of Zoology at Arizona State University, and an Affiliate Clinical Professor at Midwestern University of Phoenix. Dr. Nemiro founded the Arizona Center for Fertility Studies in 1981, and is the recipient of numerous teaching awards. He has been voted "TOP DOC" in infertility by Phoenix Magazine numerous times and has published numerous papers for scientific journals in this specialty. He resides in Scottsdale, AZ.