My dear hubby suffers from "performance anxiety" whenever he finds out I'm ovulating. So last night we decided to try... something new...
So he did his business in a cup, I sucked it in a syringe (immediately afterward), and shot it up my cooter. Sorry for the "terminology", but there was no way for me to write that sentence in a serious way...
So what I'm wondering is, will this work? I mean, I would think it would.... but do I have to worry about his swimmers dying during the "transport"?
My DH hated having sex on "command" when we were ttc #1. This time, he just thinks we're ntnp while i'm actually doing OPKs. When I know we should have sex, I wear something sexy to get him in the mood and... well, success.
My daughter was conceived using AI (artificial insemination - using a syringe) but obviously we used donor sperm. We conceived a second baby (sadly ended in a MC) this way last month aswell, so believe me, it works
Here is a thread about ttc using AI (and a donor in most cases, but not all).
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