Why are boxers actually 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? Do I have to fill the whole cup at the fertility clinic? If you're a man going through fertility treatments with your significant other, these might be just a few of the questions you've faced. And, much to your dismay, you've realised the answers are a lot harder to find than you'd like. Until now. How to Make Love to a Plastic Cup is the man's man's guide to anything and everything related to infertility. But it's not just the same old boring nuts and bolts (no pun intended). Author Greg Wolfe, who went through four cycles of IVF on his journey to fatherhood, lays it all out with side-splitting humor. From understanding a woman's cycle, to "porn etiquette" at the clinic, to detailed instructions on administering hormone shots, this book has everything a man needs to know to get the job done. For those men tired of searching the bookshelves for a volume that speaks to their experiences in the wild world of infertility (and for those women whose men don't quite "get it"), there's no need to look further. How to Make Love to a Plastic Cup covers the whole gamut of information for couples dealing with infertility in a fresh, engaging way any man can appreciate.
After college, Greg Wolfe spent time with the Groundlings and Acme Theatre improv groups in Los Angeles. He lives in Hollywood with his wife, Julie, a screenwriter. After several years of treatments and four cycles of IVF, they are the proud parents of a healthy baby boy.