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Artificial Insemination at Home

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Hi, me and my partner(female) are trying to have a baby. We have found a donor. We like to do it ourself with artificial fertilisation at home , what are some ideas that we can use to do so. another question is my donor had cum on my labia majora can i get pregnant that way. I dont wont his penis in my vagina.


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replied June 14th, 2006
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You might not get pregnant if sperm were to land on your labia majora. The sperm must be left inside the vagina. I don’t recommend you perform an “artificial fertilization” at home. Instead, you can investigate artificial insemination via gynecological ordination. First, you and the donor must be tested for sexually transmitted diseases. You donor might also perform a spermogram to identify the quality of his sperm.
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