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Conception 101 How To Get Pregnant Using A Syringe- Loco, Oklahoma
Hey everyone it's Maureen from Mosie Baby Hey everyone it's Maureen from Mosie Baby And today I want to go over something we get a lot of questions about. How does one get pregnant at home with a syringe? How does it physically work? And what do you do? Some people call this the.
quot;turkey baster methodquot;. Some people quot;turkey baster methodquot;. Some people call it quot;artificial inseminationquot;. We like to call it quot;making a mosie babyquot;. Whatever you call it.technically it's vaginal insemination. No different than intercourse. Except for one thing. that whole penis part. So what will you need to.
Inseminate at home? inseminate at home? I'll elaborate on each of the in just a moment, but for now you'll need. A healthy sperm specimen, a collection cup a syringe, a comfortable place where you can get horizontal like a bed, and about 30 minutes of your time. Number one, a healthy sperm specimen.
The keyword here is healthy. If you're The keyword here is healthy. If you're not sure about the donor's sperm consider finding a test online. They're easy to use at home and will give you piece of mind if you're trying to conceive. As for the collection cup, size matters. Ideally you want something that has a.
Fairly wide opening. This simplifies fairly wide opening. This simplifies things for the donor. You also want something that's not too deep. To ensure smooth transfer to the syringe. This is the Mosie collection cup. I like it because it fits both of these criteria. And it comes with a lid in case the specimen needs to travel.
Sidenote if you do need to transfer Sidenote if you do need to transfer your specimen make sure it's in its final destination within an hour. Like the specimen cup, size also matters with the syringe. Usually something around 5cc's is where you want to be. Anything larger may result in an awkward experience and due to the longer barrel may retain a.
Significant amount of sperm. Reducing significant amount of sperm. Reducing your odds for success. For today's example we're going to use a Mosie conception syringe. Now technically you could use a turkey baster or any other syringe, but we're going to stick with the Mosie as it was specifically designed for home insemination. And obviously.
Silber Helps Infertile Couples Conceive Follow Up Episode 1
Joan Rivers: Coming up Robin Leach: the lowdownon the summer's hottest celebrity parties Joan Rivers: Coming up Robin Leach: the lowdownon the summer's hottest celebrity parties and sexy new singing star Francesca Beghe.There's lots more so forget about those errands and stay right where you are okay?Ok. Two Fans: From New York, Joan Rivers. Audience: clapping Joan: In case you forgot, last May, we announcedthe two couples that would be working with Sherman Silver from the St. Luke's in Missouri. You can see them here meeting the staff, getting started, going throughthe various fertility procedures at the ,.
Meeting the s, getting resultsâ€¦ Sofar each couple has been poked and prodded meeting the s, getting resultsâ€¦ Sofar each couple has been poked and prodded and pinched with hopes of conceiving a child. Joan: Now we're going to find out wherewe stand. Will you please welcome back Linda and Elmo James and Kathy and Jim Frost andour resident expert Sherman Silber, author of â€œHow To Get Pregnant With A New Technology.â€� Audience: clapping Joan: Ok, and tell me what's going on twocouples where do we start? Let's start with you two first. You went there andâ€¦?.
Linda James: And we had IVF. Linda James: And we had IVF. Joan: Which is what? Linda: Which is In Vitro Fertilization. Joan: Ok. Linda: Ok. Joan: And one time you did it? Linda: Right, right. When I got there Silber actually found out I had more problems than on my tutorial that I actually sent in inthe beginning.
Joan: Thank god we didn't know ahead oftime you wouldn't have been chosen. Joan: Thank god we didn't know ahead oftime you wouldn't have been chosen. Linda: Right. (laughter) Joan: That's very lucky. (laughter) Linda: So what really amazed me was the factthat I never knew what my problem was before and immediately he found out what the problemswere. Joan: So you wasted how many years? Linda: About 10. Elmo James: Ten in there yeah.
Joan: A lot of years. Joan: A lot of years. Linda: Uh huh, yeah. Joan: And you've already done the procedureonce? Linda: Right. Joan: And it didn't take? Linda: Right. Joan: And they said you were very depressed. Linda: Yeahâ€¦yeah.
Joan: But you should know that they're gonnado it again. Joan: But you should know that they're gonnado it again. Linda: Right. Joan: And again. you may end up living inSt. Louis forâ€¦ Laughter You may end up being the next Mrs S. Audience: laughter Joan: But you do, for a while you said youdidn't want to go back. Linda: Well it's the fact that it's alot of work actually. No one should think it's easy.
Joan: What's the work? Joan: What's the work? Linda: You have to be everywhere. The staff is wonderful. And you get there, and they poke you and prod you, like you say.And you come home and you feel like you're being poked and prodded all day. Joan: Invasive. Linda: Yeah and then after the procedure,there's the two week wait, and that really kills you. The anxiety, you know. If you belch,you think oh I blew it. Joan: Yeah.