A woman-centered approach to pregnancy must be flexible enough to address the variety of women's experiences around the world, encompassing medical conditions, cultures and family structures. It must also include women who choose not to carry a pregnancy or experience a miscarriage. This unique woman-centered text explores all these issues and more
Part 1 � The magnitude of the problem. Part 2 � Understanding the experience. Part 3 � Understanding the woman. Part 4 � Finding common ground. Part 5 � Prevention and health promotion. Part 6 � Enhancing the clinical relationship. Part 7 � Being realistic.