Can’t Get Pregnant?

In What to Do When You Can’t Get Preg­nant, world-renowned fer­til­ity expert Daniel A. Pot­ter, MD, FACOG and free­lance jour­nal­ist Jen­nifer S. Hanin, MA both fer­til­ity patients them­selves, offer a step-by-step guide to the intri­cate process of hav­ing a baby using the lat­est in repro­duc­tive tech­nolo­gies. They share insider infor­ma­tion on all the impor­tant issues and offer essen­tial advice to help you:


  • Find a fer­til­ity doc­tor and ensure he’s a good match
  • Under­stand every avail­able pro­ce­dure and choose the one that best suits you
  • Adopt a healthy ‘fer­tile’ lifestyle to increase your chances of conception
  • Decide if gen­der selec­tion tech­nolo­gies such as preim­plan­ta­tion genetic screen­ing (PGS) preim­plan­ta­tion genetic diag­no­sis (PGD) ben­e­fit you
  • Stay up-to-date on the lat­est advances in repro­duc­tive med­i­cine, includ­ing in vitro fer­til­iza­tion (IVF) and pro­ce­dures like cyto­plas­mic trans­fer and ovar­ian tis­sue transplant
  • Rec­og­nize when it may be time to con­sider egg or sperm dona­tion, sur­ro­gacy, adop­tion, or other alter­na­tives, and much more.

Com­plete with sto­ries from cou­ples who have trav­eled this path and smart advice on han­dling emo­tional issues caused by the frus­tra­tions of infer­til­ity, What To Do When You Can’t Get Preg­nant is the only guide you will ever need to nav­i­gate the com­pli­cated maze of tech­nol­ogy and sci­ence lead­ing to par­ent­hood and make informed choices about your treat­ment, fam­ily, and future. Expect to see the authors highly antic­i­pated 2nd edi­tion on shelves near you in November/ Decem­ber 2013.

Newsweek July 4, 2005 “Going Straight For IVF” by Raina Kel­ley [print only]
“What to Do When You Can’t Get Preg­nant” is the ONLY book mentioned

Da Capo Press, 2005

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Becom­ing a New Jew?

Now you have a life­line. Get a copy of  Becom­ing Jew­ish - The Chal­lenges, Rewards, and Paths to Con­ver­sion by Rabbi Steven Carr Reuben and Jen­nifer Hanin.

In it, you’ll find valu­able resources for your jour­ney to Judaism. But if you’re look­ing for a dry read, this isn’t it. Instead, the authors wow you with a witty, modern-day take on con­ver­sion, with tips, insight and sto­ries from fel­low con­verts. Some will move you, oth­ers will make you laugh. But all will inspire you.

In a world filled with spir­i­tual seek­ers, Becom­ing Jew­ish is an easy-going, acces­si­ble and w

arm hearted guide that offers insider tips while giv­ing con­verts a license to laugh along the way. The authors’ witty approach helps con­verts syn­the­size a reli­gion shrouded in secrecy with expres­sions, ges­tures, prac­tices, cus­toms, rit­u­als and a lan­guage that dates back over 4,000 years.”

—Matt Miller, author of The Tyranny of Dead Ideas; host of NPR’s Left, Right and Center

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Row­man & Lit­tle­field Publishers

What’s Next?

Jen­nifer is hard at work on a third title, which affects every­one breath­ing (and many who are no longer with us).  Stay tuned!


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