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When is the right time to do the IUI procedure at home?

Author : Ashley

Submitted : 2017-06-17 18:08:11    Popularity:     

Tags: IUI  time  home  procedure  

My husband and I have decided to do the IUI Procedure ourselves at home so that way we can do this as many times as it takes. It's called the turkey baster method and there is a website that tells you step by step on how to do this. My fertile window

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Okay, you DO NOT want to attempt an IUI at home, because that involves injecting sperm directly into the uterus. When it's done at a fertility clinic, the sperm is "washed" first to clear out the semen, bad sperm and other gunk, and what's administered looks like a clear liquid (trust me, I've had it done, my son is the result of an IUI). If semen gets into the uterus it can introduce infection, which could seriously harm your fertility.

If you mean you want to inject semen into your vagina, that's called intravaginal insemination or IVI. Although you can get at-home IVI kits, if the intended father is your husband I'm not sure why you'd even want to go this route. Why not just, yanno, have sex? If you're using third-party donor sperm, then you *really* need to go through a fertility clinic for help on how to work with a private donor and protect your parental rights as much as possible. This would involve drawing up a contract with an attorney who knows the law inside and out regarding donor eggs and sperm in your state.

Why would you do this? Why not have him penetrate you?

The reason it says "no penetration" is that it assumes you don't know the man. Since you do and he's your husband, he can penetrate you (unless you don't want that).

You can do this up to five days before your fertile day, so you could start June 18.

You cannot do IUI at home. IUI involves washed semen and a very fine syringe to place the semen directly into the uterus.

If you want to do something at home, that's artificial insemination .. and you're still better off having it done by a doctor.

(I'm also, frankly, unclear why you are doing this at all. If you are a fertile woman with a fertile male partner you don't benefit from using a turkey baster to get the semen where it needs to be.)

If the website is telling you what to do, I'm not clear what other help you are expecting from us? Do you really not know HOW to have an orgasm without intercourse?

Okay, you know that you can't do IUI at home effectively, right? The turkey baster doesn't get the sperm into your uterus - just up next to your cervix. Which you can also accomplish the old fashioned way. Turkey basters are usually reserved for starting a pregnancy when you don't want to have sex with the person. If you are your husband are close enough to want a baby together, you may want to use the old-fashioned method. If you are considering trying to get a catheter into your cervix as some sites suggest might be a good idea, just keep in mind that the cervix is very vascular, and you can do some damage with that attempt. Infection is also a risk.

If you are using an app to find your "most fertile days" you aren't likely getting good info.Ovulation occurs on a given day, and you can generally get pregnant from sex in the 5 days or so prior to ovulation, as sperm can live in the reproductive tract for several days.



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