This week we’re looking at several books on male fertility. These books have received great reviews from patients and practitioners alike and offer both medical and emotional help and advice for any man going through fertility treatment.
How to Make Love to a Plastic Cup: A Guy’s Guide to the World of Infertility by Greg Wolfe
How to Make Love to a Plastic Cup approaches fertility diagnosis and treatment with humour and honesty.
Outlining the biology behind fertility, giving tips on whether ‘to fill the full cup at the fertility clinic’ (not necessary!) and what to do after you have all your tests, this book is a fountain of first-hand knowledge and experience.
Get a Life: His & Hers Survival Guide to IVF by Richard Mackney & Rosie Bray
Get a Life is one couple’s story through fertility treatment – told from both partners.
The book provides very practical advice for each step of the journey, noting what to expect at each stage.
Dr James Nicopoullos from Lister Fertility Clinic also provides useful advice.
Baby Steps: a bloke’s-eye view of IVF by Jason Davis
The book is an honest yet funny account of one couple’s journey through fertility treatment, written from the man’s perspective.