It is true that male fertility is not always discussed as openly or frequently as female fertility. However, male fertility is just as important in the process of conception and reproduction. So in today’s episode, we want to shed some light on this topic!
We are honored to have Jon Summers from Infertility Man and author of The Man’s Guide to Infertility. After having testicular cancer, Jon believed he could never have biological children. With wife Laura, he embarked on a fertility journey that has included 22 IVF egg retrieval cycles (so far), 2 sperm retrieval surgeries, and thousands of injections. Using love and humor, Jon and Laura got through their infertility experience together.
Jon discusses his and Laura’s journey with struggling to conceive and finding balance in their health, emotions, finances, and relationships in this heartfelt episode.
Want to ask us a question and have it answered on the podcast? Ask Us Here!
Want to be a community guest and share your story on the podcast? Apply Here
Here are the links for today’s episode
- Connect with Jon and Laura here on their Instagram
- Purchase Jon’s book The Man’s Guide to Infertility here
- Listen to Episode 93 Why Is Male Fertility Declining So Quickly? With Candice Crellin APD here
Looking for more?
- Want to work with us 1-on-1? Fill in this quick form
- Follow us on Instagram @the_dietologist or @endo.dietitian
- Dance with us on TikTok @the_dietologist
- Get about us and our services at The Dietologist here: thedietologist.com.au
Disclaimer: The information presented in this podcast is not to be replaced by personalised medical or dietetic advice, please speak to your health care professional before making any diet or lifestyle changes. The Dietologist and its guests do not accept any liability for any harm or damages that occur from following any of the suggestions in these podcast episodes.
Grab Our Ultimate Pre-Conception Lifestyle Checklist
A must-read for anyone trying to conceive.
This essential checklist will guide you through supplements, lifestyle, nutrition, and environmental factors that influence your fertility health.