"GÇÿHere again, Mr Cossey?GÇÖ asked the young Spanish embryologist, shooting me a welcoming smile as I followed him down the corridor. He had recognised me by sight and that wasnGÇÖt good. I was now the one thing you donGÇÖt want to be in a fertility clinic. A regular."
Martha wanted a baby. Mark wanted a baby.
WhatGÇÖs the worst that could happen?
In four years of baby-making boot camp, Mark and Martha face The Calendar, the joy of sober, scheduled sex, hostile cervical mucus, IUI and IVF. Through a combination of ignorance and outrage, Mark survives ejaculating into a small jar, stabbing his wife, having his sperm turned pink and group sex with whales. Written with genuine laugh-out-loud humour and complete honesty, Trying is a noholds- barred welcome to the world of the infertile written by a man who has lived through it all and come through with his ultimate dream realised GÇô his own family. It says a lot when you can call two years of sleepless nights a happy ending.