“How to make love to a plastic cup” has to be the best book on infertility ever!
Greg Wolfe went through four cycles of IVF on his rocky journey to fatherhood—and now, with profound sympathy and side-splitting humor, he lays it all out for guys on similar baby-making quests.
How to Make Love to a Plastic Cup is not your typical nuts and bolts (no pun intended) medical guide but a helpful handbook designed specifically with the male partner in mind, with answers to his most pressing questions about the infertility process, including:
* Why are boxers better than briefs?
* How can hamsters help determine what’s wrong with my sperm?
* My wife’s already moody enough—why am I injecting her with even more hormones?
* Is it necessary for me to fill the whole cup at the fertility clinic?
From understanding a woman’s cycle to “porn etiquette” at the clinic, How to Make Love to a Plastic Cup has everything a man needs to know to get the job done!
All Men and Women With Infertility Issues Have To Read This
Not only is this a great “guy’s guide” to infertility from a males point of view, but I think it should be a mandatory read for women too.
So often when it comes to infertility everything is aimed at what women are going through and this is a good way for the girls to get a better understanding of what her partner is feeling and experiencing!
“Who knew? A book about the challenges of infertility that is so funny that at times it’s an actual page-turner!… A work that will undoubtedly make the journey to parenthood that much easier, if not downright funnier, for scores of couples lucky enough to have discovered [it].”
(Toni Weschler, bestselling author of Taking Charge of Your Fertility )