I got new pregnancy books yesterday! I've always loved reading these (and any female reproductive/health books). Anyways these are the older editions that I bought at Savers (it's like a Goodwill or Salvation Army). I don't really see any point in going out and buying a bunch of PG books at full price, especially when I'm not actually a fertile. Savers sells them for $3 or less, and if they are not that good then I can donate them back. So I got:
Mayo Clinic Guide to a Healthy Pregnancy - 2004 - I like the other Mayo books I have.
Conception, Pregnancy and Birth - 1993 - Lots of photos, might be my favorite.
What to Except When You're Expecting - 1991 - I've heard both good & bad about this one.
My favorite thing so far about What to Except When You're Expecting it the list of things to bring with me to the hospital when I go in labor. I need to find one of these said "cassette players". Hmmm...
CD3, Provera #9, Clomid #1 (sigh it starts again)