Pregnancy The Naked Truth
A refreshingly honest guide to pregnancy and birth
By Anya Hayes and Hollie Smith
This is an honest account of what happens to women’s bodies, sex life and social life when pregnant. It guides them through each stage of pregnancy in a practical and reassuring way and deals with issues other books shy away from.
Pregnancy: the Naked Truth is a refreshing alternative to the medical pregnancy tomes. It’s down-to-earth, funny and honest, guiding women through each stage of pregnancy in a practical and reassuring way. It deals with issues other books may avoid, and answers questions you’d want to ask your best friend:
- I got drunk before I knew – is my baby okay?
- What’s an episiotomy?
- Are piles inevitable?
- Can I still have sex when I’m huge? And will I enjoy it?!
Aimed at ‘modern girls’ – women who may be concerned about the effect of a baby on their lifestyle, bodies and careers, as well as excited about the next step in their lives – the book supports you through your journey.
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