I bought the Zita West book about fertility issues and treatment last week and I have literally read it cover to cover this weekend. I've been quite scared about finding out about IVF but I feel a lot better now. I've got a folder full of printouts from all our tests and I was finally able to understand what they meant. I feel much better informed about what IVF is and what we're going to be going through. I also feel quite reassured finding out that our age and my test results suggest we have the best possible chances of success. It's the first book I've bought on the subject and I've found it really well written and easy to read. I also like the fact it's not totally prescriptive but talks about what you should aim for and alternatives. It made me laugh reading the bit about male issues (written to the man, which was good) and it said cut out alcohol but if you want some try red wine rather than beer...does that makes sense as a benefit - it felt like a real person talking to you. Anyway, I'd definitely recommend it (although it's the only one I've even looked at so I don't know if it's the best) if any of you want to do some reading on what's coming up. It also has lots of information about loads of other fertility treatments other than IVF/ICSI.