Home Insemination: A Guide for Women Living with HIV and Their Partners

If you are a woman living with HIV and would like to have a child, home insemination may be the right choice for you. This guide will provide information on what home insemination is, how it works, and the benefits and risks associated with it.

What you will need:  Specimen cup (get from your healthcare provider or drugstore) OR a condom (without spermicide! otherwise known as nonoxynol-9) You can use a condom to collect the semen. Heck, you can even use a cup or coffee mug… ! 

If you are living with HIV, there are a number of things that you need to consider in order to have a healthy and happy life. One of the most important decisions that you will make is when and how you will start a family. If you are in a relationship with someone who is also living with HIV, home insemination may be the best option for you. In this guide, we will discuss all of the aspects of home insemination that you need to know about.

There are a few different ways that you can go about home insemination. The first option is to use a needle-free syringe. This syringe does not have a needle, so it is much safer for you and your partner. You will need to fill the syringe with semen from your partner and then insert it into your vagina. The second option is to use a vaginal applicator. This applicator is similar to a tampon, but it has a small cup at the end that you will insert into your vagina. You will then need to fill the cup with semen from your partner and insert it into your vagina.

The third option is to use an intrauterine insemination (IUI) catheter. This catheter is a thin, flexible tube that is inserted into the uterus through the cervix. 

Ovulation Predictor Kit. (Look in pharmacy near pregnancy test kits.)
For the best and quickest results when performing home insemination you will want to track your fertile window using ovulation test strips or a basal temperature thermometer. 

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