Lesbian couple have baby after using ‘get pregnant’ syringes and a friend’s fresh sperm

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Joy unfolds between a lesbian couple after they fulfilled their dream of having a http://aqsgroup.co.uk/design-build/swimming-pool-construction/fx6-005/ baby.

The couple have their first baby by using a $89 ‘get pregnant’ syringe  kit they ordered online and a Matara fresh sperms belonging to their male friend.

Cathy and Klarisse Tremblay, from Montreal, Canada, escaped having to pay up to $25,000 for clinic-led fertility treatment to start a family by getting a DIY insemination kit delivered in the post and performing the procedure at home.

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Cathy, 27, and Klarrise, 30, have always wanted to have children of their own but with surrogacy banned in Quebec and professional http://gustavosylvestre.com/tag/trenes/page/2 Fertility often costing tens of thousands of dollars, they feared it would never happen.

But the couple, who married in 2018, became mothers for the first time after flight attendant Cathy used an at-home insemination kit bought online to inject a male friend’s donor sperm into her uterus with a syringe.

Cathy, who gave birth to Amaya in July last year, said: ‘For us it was either buy a house or start a family and it’s not a decision we wanted to have to make because we wanted both of those things.

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‘We looked into using a sperm bank through a clinic, but the fees were just too much for us and it seemed really unfair. We had to prioritize the house because we were living in my parent’s basement at the time.

A gay friend of ours was going through fertility treatment at the time and had already paid $25,000 and had no luck so far, and we told him we couldn’t afford it. He said he would donate his sperm for us, which would make things a whole lot cheaper.

We did some research and ordered an at-home insemination kit online. We went round to his house, he gave us the sperm in a cup and I used a special syringe from the kit to inject it inside of me.

‘I was so shocked when we found out it worked, it was very overwhelming and an amazing surprise.

This kit has been a godsend for us and has changed our lives.’ Cathy and security guard, Klarrise, met on a dating app in 2016 and got married two years later.

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From the early days of their relationship they spoke openly with each other about having children, but said they were put off by the cost of fertility treatments like in vitro fertilisation (IVF) or Intrauterine insemination (IUI), known as artificial insemination.

IVF is a process of fertilisation where an egg is combined with sperm outside the body, often in a lab, whereas IUI is the deliberate introduction of sperm into a female’s cervix for the purpose of achieving a pregnancy.

Both fertility treatments commonly cost anywhere from $10,000 to $25,000 in some cases. Cathy and Klarisse chose to use their combined savings to put a $13,000 deposit down on a four-bed house, in Montreal, meaning they simply didn’t have enough cash to access pricey treatment at a specialist fertility clinic, and with surrogacy totally forbidden in the province of Quebec, the women were left with few other options. But when a close male friend of theirs heard about their dilemma, he offered to donate his sperm for them without payment and with no strings attached.

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The two parties – Klarisse and Cathy and their sperm donor – also signed a contract before beginning process which, among other things, rescinds the donor’s entire parental rights and scrapped his legal right to be a part of the child’s life.

But to make the insemination cost effective, Cathy and Klarisse knew they needed to find a way to perform the procedure on their own at home. From February 2018 until October 2018, Cathy said she tried to use a regular pharmacy-bought syringe to inject her friend’s semen, but had no luck, prompting the couple to look elsewhere. Klarisse said: ‘We did some research and found out about these at-home insemination kits being sold by a company called Mosie Baby for $89. For the price we thought it was worth a shot and we ordered our first one in November 2018.

 

 

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