I haven't actually read this book, but I've heard rave reviews and thought I'd pass the info along. Being that this is my fourth pregnancy, and I didn't hear about this book until halfway through it, I wasn't sure I needed another book about it. But I have read reviews on amazon saying that even on their fourth child it was a help. So if you're pregnant, trying or want to be I would recommend this book over traditional "what to expect" books.
"A doctor's counsel and a girlfriend's wisdom combine to create an information-packed, inspiration-filled resource for the physical, emotional, psychological, and spiritual needs of pregnancy."
On a side note: I just heard of this blog called Hannah's Oath on one woman's journey through infertility. I think she's really wanting a gathering of women to join together with their own stories and struggles. If that interests you check it out here.