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How to Make Love to a Plastic Cup: A Guy's Guide to the World of Infertility [Format Kindle]

Greg Wolfe

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“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 )

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“A Guy’s Guide to the World of Infertility,” How to Make Love to a Plastic Cup is a light-hearted, laugh-out-loud funny, yet at the same time helpful and informative handbook to all things infertility-related written with the male wannabe babymaker in mind. Greg Wolf, who has “been there,” delivers the goods in a humorous, direct way that every potential dad will love…and every hopeful mom will want to purchase for the often clueless man in her life.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 376 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 256 pages
  • Editeur : HarperCollins e-books; Édition : 1 (10 août 2010)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 A very good book! 7 décembre 2010
Par Creating a Family - Dawn Davenport - Publié sur
How To Make Love to a Plastic Cup by Greg Wolfe

For better or worse, women are usually the gatherers of information when it comes to the disease of infertility. Look around any support groups or forum- the faces and names are mostly female. The same is true for our Creating a Family audience, Facebook and Twitter social networking community, and Facebook support group. Even though we welcome the guys, they don't show up.

The problem with this imbalance, in addition to the burden it places on the ladies, is that both women and men are affected by infertility. The truth is that there is a dearth of resources specifically geared to men. That problem has now been solved by a terrific book, with an even more terrific title: How to Make Love to a Plastic Cup: A Guy's Guide to the World of Infertility by Greg Wolfe.

First and foremost, this is a very good book about the biology and medicine of infertility. Anyone, male or female, could learn a thing or two, but this book is specifically written by a guy for guys from a guy's perspective. Although Wolfe has male infertility and does a great job of explaining the physical and emotional aspects of male factor, the book is for any man who is part of an infertile couple, regardless of the cause.

Wolfe tackles infertility from soup to nuts. (OK, you can't expect me to pass up the opportunity for that pun, can you?) He covers the biology, of course, but goes way beyond to the nitty gritty of infertility as seen and felt by a man-what it's like giving your wife a shot, talking about infertility (or not) with your friends, and living with a hormone charged women in quest of a baby. His chapter on giving a sperm sample is worth the price of the book. My husband and I both laughed until we cried, and therein lies the genius of this book. By allowing us to laugh at the embarrassing, humiliating, and emotionally draining aspects of infertility, we feel less alone. This book should be a must read for every man who is affected by infertility. By the way, I interviewed Greg for a recent Creating a Family show.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Easy read on a difficult topic 15 mars 2011
Par bayareaqueen - Publié sur
I bought this book because some of the women in my moms club were discussing it so enthusiastically. I am fortunate enough to not have any fertility problems, but I have a few friends who are dealing with infertility (two for their second babies) and I wanted to understand what they are going through. There is tons of information in this book, but it isn't overwhelming because it is well-organized and quite funny. The book is unique because it is told from the man's perspective. The author seems like a "guy's guy", just like my husband and a lot of men I know. I could absolutely imagine my husband wanting to "fix" things, just like the author. I think every man and woman going through infertility should read this book, if anything just to understand how important it is to have a sense of humor through the difficult process.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Take a Big Gulp of "Plastic Cup" 21 février 2011
Par B. Ross - Publié sur
This is a must-read for any man wandering through the maze of infertility issues. Greg brings the witty, but he never forgets the nitty gritty. This is a fact-filled and entertaining book for anyone going through IVF, enduring months of shots, doctor appointments, emotional carousels... Having some humor along the way is invaluable. Every IVF doctor should keep this book on their waiting room table (instead of that tired stack of scratched 90's porn DVDs). There are many options for couples facing fertility issues, and Greg lays them out in such a helpful, clever way. Men, you'll be doing plenty of splurging during this process - splurge on this book. (PS, I'm not kidding about the DVDs, go to your nearest IVF clinic and see for yourself.)
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Love this book!!! 11 janvier 2011
Par Megan L. White - Publié sur
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I bought this book for my husband to help him better understand the world of infertility. Usually, if it isn't a sports book, he won't read it, but he absolutely LOVED this book! He found it funny and very interesting and it has really helped him to understand various infertility diagnoses, medications, and treatment options. I think it has been instrumental in offering him renewed hope and he now understands what our doctor and nurses are talking about when he attends appointments with me.

I read this book, too and it really does put a good spin on infertility. I never thought it could be presented in such a fun way. It helped ease some of my own stress, even though I had already read several other books on the subject.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Must-read for every male experiencing infertility 31 janvier 2011
Par Terri Davidson - Publié sur
I wish fertility doctors would hand-out this book to every male patient because, whether or not there is a diagnosis of male infertility, infertility is a couple's problem. And sometimes men can seem very disconnected from the process because the focus usually is on their wife or girlfriend. This laugh-out loud book is written from the perspective of a guy who has "been there," but can be enjoyed as a couple. You can't help but chuckle and remember medical terminology when he writes witty lines like "IVF: Its Very Frustrating" or a "Menstrual Cycle Built for Two." Thanks, Greg, for infusing humor in such a tasteful way -- even for a guy -- into an otherwise emotionally-fraught topic.
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