This is book number 3 in the This Is series.
Are you about to go through the dreaded two-week wait (TWW)?
Are you feeling stressed about how on earth you're going to get to the other side?
It's natural to be anxious and scared, because you have been through so much to get to this point. But you are not alone. Wouldn't it be helpful and supportive to read about real-life experiences from those who have survived this dreaded period of time?
Whether you have done IVF or another fertility treatment, the days until you can trust the pregnancy test result are scary and exciting, at the same time. It doesn't matter if this is your first, or you are an expert at the TWW, wondering whether your embryo has snuggled in and is sticking around has to be one of the hardest times on the journey to becoming a parent. Oh the waiting...
In This is the Two Week Wait, you'll read: - Whether it's a good idea to test early, or not - That we all analyse ever twinge, cramp and 'feeling' - That it's normal for your emotions to range from incredible hope to utter desperation, in a matter of minutes and - Some top tips for managing your two-week wait with beauty and calmness.
This is the Two Week Wait has also been written for those who have never struggled to get pregnant, so haven't had to pee on a ovulation stick or invite a team of medical staff into 'the bedroom', and have never dreaded the arrival of 'aunt flo'. If you know of someone who is struggling to get pregnant and/or is going through fertility treatment like IVF or IUI, and you aren't sure how to support them, This is the Two Week Wait is the perfect book for you; to help you understand and be supportive, and to steer clear of inadvertently saying something insensitive.
This is the Two Week Wait has also been written for patient facing staff who have never experienced infertility or fertility treatment themselves, for practitioners who are supporting infertile men and women, and for health care professionals who are caring for men and women who are pregnant after fertility treatment.
The TTC community is here for you, to support you on your two-week wait.