4 books for expectant mothers to read
4 books for expectant mothers to read
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Pregnancy is an incredibly happy and at the same time difficult period, filled with both the joy of waiting for a baby and anxiety: is everything all right with me?

Books from the BookChef publishing house will help you find out what to do after seeing the two cherished stripes on the test, which tests and tests should be passed, and what to refuse, and most importantly - how your baby is growing.

Olga Belokon, “I'm pregnant. What's next?"

Getting advice from a gynecologist who boasts not only work experience, but also a modern approach to monitoring pregnancy is important for a mother-to-be. The book contains answers to the most exciting questions of women. When to see a doctor? What tests must be passed, and which ones can you refuse without spending money and time on them? Should we rush to “treat” a diagnosis that, in fact, may turn out to be a variant of the norm? Olga Belokon talks about this and many other things in the most detailed and understandable way.

Olga Belokon, “I'm pregnant. What's next?"

Catharina Westre, "Life Before Birth"

What happens in a woman's womb while carrying a child? How is the incredible magic happening, as a result of which the whole Universe of a new person grows from two tiny cells? If you are interested in the details, the Norwegian author Katarina Vestre is ready to share the most incredible facts about the development of the little man and not only.

Catharina Westre, "Life Before Birth"

Elena Berezovskaya, "9 months of happiness"

“Knowledgeable means armed,” said someone wise. But it’s true: the unknown is more frightening than knowledge about even unpleasant things. After all, they can always be corrected. Gynecologist Elena Berezovskaya frankly talks about everything related to pregnancy. Her advice will save you from many anxieties, worries, will prompt a way out of difficult situations and in fact will help turn the expectation of a child into 9 months of happiness.

Elena Berezovskaya, "9 months of happiness"

Lisa Moka, "Childbirth is simple"

Who knows more about childbirth than a mother of five? It is not surprising that Lisa Moka has become a doula, and she helps many women go through such a happy and at the same time difficult path, like childbirth. In her book, Lisa Moka share useful information both about pregnancy and about preparing for childbirth and the process itself. Therefore, if there are several months left before your long-awaited meeting with your child, you will have time to prepare well for it and turn your baby's birthday into a real holiday.

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