Pregnancy is one of the most important stages in one woman’s life, yet childbearing and childbirth can turn into a traumatizing experience when complications appear in the development of the embryo or the fetus. One such case when pregnancies don’t progress normally is that of molar pregnancies, which are also known as hydatidiform mole.
“Molar Pregnancy: What is a Molar Pregnancy or Hydatidiform Mole? Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments” is a guide by Claudia Gordon which treats this health condition in depth. In the introductory chapter, the author gave a definition of the hydatidiform mole: “Molar pregnancies are a type of gestational trophoblastic disease (GTD), a group of disorders that lead to an abnormal production of placental (trophoblastic) tissue.” Then she explained that normally an embryo forms inside the uterus, but in the case of a molar pregnancy an embryo might not form at all. C. Gordon provides a wealth of information in easy-to-understand language, so that anyone may read, understand, and benefit from the concepts included herein.
Claudia Gordon offered extensive information on the subject: what a molar pregnancy is, what factors lead to the appearance of this condition, what are its symptoms, what to do after being diagnosed with it, how to manage any kind of complications, what treatment to choose, and much more. In terms of physical and emotional recovery as path towards a new pregnancy, the author recommended a wide range of methods to boost your fertility: diet, intercourse timing, supplements, exercise, etc. The guide also comprises a Glossary of terms, to facilitate the understanding of the terms which have been used, and additional resources, such as online forums, studies, and reflexology.
If you have been diagnosed with hydatidiform mole or if a dear one is currently confronted with this health issue, “Molar Pregnancy: What is a Molar Pregnancy or Hydatidiform Mole? Symptoms, Causes, and Treatments” is the right guide for you.