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home insem Q

polkadottiepolkadottie Posts: 10
edited November -1 in At-Home Insemination
I ordered a vial but not the home insemination kit. I have a needless syring but not a medical collection cup. Can I just pour it into a steril coffee cup or something? It's arriving tommorow. Not sure what to do. I'm guessing this is the world's dumbest question but I don't know where else to ask.

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  • scorpiogrl7scorpiogrl7 Posts: 1,386
    edited November -1
    You will suck it up from the vial with the syringe, then insert it. No need for a cup.
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  • JayJayJayJay Posts: 1,192
    edited November -1
    What Scorpio said. The vial is really small - you will probably be surprised how small. You just suck it up from the vial with the syringe - totally easy! I think where the confusion may have come from is that NWs insemination kids include soft cups - which are not necessary if using a syringe. Its a different way to insem. You pour the swimmers into the cup and insert it like a tampon. It keeps the swimmers right up by your cervix as long as you like (well up to 12 hours that is)
  • polkadottiepolkadottie Posts: 10
    edited November -1
    Oh, OK, thanks. Now I don't hafta worry about this :P
  • islandmoms2bislandmoms2b Posts: 254
    edited November -1
    One important detail is that your syringe should be the very thin kind (1ml/ 1 cc) so that it may fit inside the tiny vial to suck up the swimmers.
    6 tríes in 2013-2014 ...... all BFNs
    FET of 2 DE July. 2015....BFP!!! 1st beta 734! 2nd beta 1,881!
    Expecting TWINS!! Woah!!
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