Growing trend of getting pregnant with DIY insemination

December 17, 2014 23:42 by PrideAngelAdmin
When Nellie Mead and Teresa Espinosa conceived their daughter, they did it without sex, a fertility clinic, or medical supervision. Instead, Espinosa injected a friend’s sperm into a menstrual cup she bought at a drugstore. She then inserted the cup into Mead’s vagina in their Spring Hill, Florida home. Aliena was born in July.

“I was shocked when it worked,” says Mead, 25, who had thought her only options were “to have sex with a guy and that wasn’t happening” or “to save thousands of dollars to buy sperm.” That was until she uncovered a trove of at-home artificial insemination advice online. Mead devoured YouTube testimonials, where a search for “home insemination” yields more than 11,000 results (though some are clips of impregnating livestock).

Single women, lesbian couples, and straight couples with fertility troubles are increasingly experimenting at home with store-bought goods, in an effort to skirt expensive fertility procedures like Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) and In-Vitro Fertilization (IVF). At-home inseminators enlist friends or acquaintances to donate sperm, or procure free donor samples from dating-style portals like the Known Donor Registry, Pollen Tree, and Pride Angel. Some go a more orthodox route and purchase sperm from FDA-regulated banks, which can cost from about $500 to $1500 per cycle. In addition to saving money, many at-home inseminators say they prefer bedrooms to treatment rooms, because they can personalize the conception experience, imbue it with romance, and reduce stress. Legal experts warn, however, that inseminating at home can compromise a couple’s legal rights.

The trend wouldn’t have taken off without the Internet. Tabitha Freeman, a research associate at Cambridge University, studies the growth of Internet-abetted artificial insemination and is examining 1,000 users of Pride Angel, which aims to match sperm and egg donors with recipients, most frequently in the U.K., U.S., and India. She estimates that roughly 70 percent of the nearly 500 sperm recipients in her study wish to inseminate at home. A third of all sperm orders at the Cryos International Sperm Bank based in Denmark are intended for at-home insemination, and that that number increases each year, according to managing director, Ole Schou.

The main reason couples bypass assisted reproductive technologies to inseminate at home is cost. The average out-of-pocket price for fertility treatments exceeds $5,000 and In Vitro Fertilization (IVF) tops $19,000, according to a study of San Francisco clinics published in The Journal of Urology in 2013. Couples often bankroll medical conception by borrowing cash, or taking out second mortgages on their homes. A Barclay’s phone operator pled guilty to stealing more 4,000 pounds from his employer to underwrite his wife’s IVF. In many cases, insurance policies won’t cover assisted reproductive technologies for individuals who haven’t been diagnosed with fertility problems, and often they won’t subsidize assistance at all.

“As lesbians a lot of us want kids and we already know that shit’s too expensive,” Mead says. It’s exactly why sites like Pride Angel, which counts more than 4,800 users willing to give sperm for free, are growing. “The cost of fertility treatment is high. This is more accessible, more direct and it cuts out the middleman. You go straight to the donor,” says Freeman.

Article 16th December 2014 www.newrepublic.com

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A co-parenting plan comes to fruition with a little help from Pride Angel

December 12, 2014 22:23 by PrideAngelAdmin
baby angel Didn’t know what we were looking for but found it with Pride Angel!

My wife and I had met a few Pride Angel guys by the time we met P and G. There was the man who lunged straight in with “So, how many days out of each week would I have the child?”, the man who was off to Thailand the following day to begin a surrogacy process, the very nice man whom we talked to a lot…but basically didn’t get around to discussing actual parenting with. The list goes on (a little) and they were nice guys but not what we were looking for.

P and G were different. We liked them straight away and after our first casual coffee we’d got a great sense of their personalities and genuine intentions. We were optimistic but cautious – should we text them? Suddenly we were being girly girls! We wanted to tell them what a nice time we’d had but weren’t sure about making the first move. Minutes later an enthusiastic exclamation mark-filled text popped through – they seemed to have enjoyed the meet up too!

We spent the next year getting to know each other. We had meals out and meals in. It wasn’t a deliberate or planned length of time. When we’d started looking we weren’t quite sure what we were looking for - someone between a known donor and a co-parent – or how to arrange the parenting. But somehow we’d met some lovely guys who seemed to be coming from the same place as us. And that was the best start we could have hoped for. Our relationship together continued to evolve. We decided to go ahead with our conception one stunning summer’s day following a delicious pub roast together (eating was a feature of our ‘dates’ of course!), it seemed like the right time.

In terms of legals we discussed what to do and wrote statements of intent – one from each couple – to discuss and list expectations towards the child that reflected our parenting values. This really helped as when we realised they were a good match it gave us all much more confidence going forward. We couldn’t detail everything; we also agreed that some of the parenting would have to ‘evolve’ as there was so much we just didn’t know yet.

The boys were amazing about the conception. We’d had a few worries about getting the sperm in the syringe but they did it all for us, placing what we needed on a neatly folded towel. All very civilised! And three months later we are in the early stages of pregnancy. Again, the P and G have been amazing about the news and they’re just excited as we are. We couldn’t have asked for more perfect co-parents and the future looks bright. Ok the baby will be a little over-loved with four such caring parents but that’s a good issue to have.

Pride Angel has proved to be fantastic for us as I am sure it has for many many others. We can’t believe how far we’ve come and that our little plan, hatched two years ago, is coming to fruition.

Article: by two excited mums to be, 12th December 2014 www.prideangel.com

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Pride Angel Journey - Apprehensions

December 7, 2014 17:28 by PrideAngelAdmin
Most pregnant women and their partners await the birth with at least a little apprehension – and with good reason: my friends alone have provided me with enough childbirth horror stories to last a lifetime – failed epidurals, forceps and the nightmare that is otherwise known as ‘induction’. We weren’t worried about these things. After my long but calm and straightforward labour with little Luna, and after a good few months of reading books on ‘natural’ childbirth, we were confident that our home birth would be a smooth, gentle, pleasant affair.

I still had apprehensions though. Firstly, Luna. She would be approximately 13 months at Willow’s birth. She always co-slept with me; she was exclusively breastfed and still fed through the night; she was unused to other people looking after her and prone to separation anxiety. How could I both be a supportive birth partner and give Luna what she needed?

And secondly, how could I be a supportive birth partner? When I was giving birth, the midwife had praised Sal’s efforts, suggesting she could be a professional doula. Sal had planned every tiny detail of her forthcoming labour. I meanwhile, was working full time and spending every spare moment with Luna who would cling to me from the moment I stepped through the door. How could I possibly find time to learn the reflexology techniques, memorise the birth mantras and work out which homeopathy remedy should be used when?

We inflated the birth pool and had a practice run: all three of us bobbing about in a big hot tub in the steamy, humid living room. Then, 9 days before Sal’s due date, when Luna was exactly 13 months old, after weeks of pushing trolleys and holding hands, she finally walked unaided – she was ready to be big sister.

We had arranged for my brother and his partner to come and stay the weekends either side of the due date – Monday 16th June. They would look after Luna. Sal, knowing that the time was right because we had people to care for Luna, would go into labour on one of the two weekends. I thought it would be the second of the two weekends: surely most babies are late?

It was Sunday 15th June. “Lins,” Sal said. I opened my eyes. She was talking at normal volume at 7.30am in a room with a sleeping toddler – why would she do that?! “Lins, I think it’s starting!”

Article: by Lindsey, West Yorkshire 7th December 2014

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7 Apps and Devices to help optimise your fertility

December 2, 2014 22:29 by PrideAngelAdmin
The increasing number of fertility products and apps that have hit the market in recent years are helping women get healthy, optimize their fertility, and become more aware of their cycles— which is one of the biggest obstacles in treating infertility, according to Aimee Raupp, a licensed acupuncturist, women's health and fertility expert and author of “Yes, You Can Get Pregnant: How to Improve Your Fertility Now & Into Your 40s.”

The only drawback? Stress. When women become almost obsessed with tracking their fertile days, it can make them anxious and take the fun out of sex.

“Knowledge is power but sometimes too much knowledge can be paralyzing,” Raupp said.

Here are 7 fertility gadgets and apps that can help you get pregnant. Purchase, download and then get busy!

1. Wink
Kindara's Wink (available Spring 2015, $79 preorder; $129 retail) is a discreet wireless oral fertility thermometer that records basal body temperature. Wink syncs automatically to the Kindara fertility app that they claim has helped 35,000 women get pregnant. The app lets you track your menstrual cycle, cervical fluid and sexual activity. Track other important factors that affect fertility in the custom data and journal sections and set up your own custom reminders. Available on iOS and Android.

2. Ovia Fertility
Designed by Harvard scientists and fertility experts, the Ovia fertility app by Ovuline boasts 200,000 pregnancies to date. Plus, the company says that 10 percent of couples who were diagnosed with infertility reported a pregnancy. The app tracks basal body temperature, cervical fluid and ovulation, menstrual cycle, blood pressure, weight, sexual activity, mood, physical health, diet, exercise and sleep. You can sync the app with Jawbone, Withings, and Fitbit, as well as the MyFitnessPal, Apple's HealthKit (iOS only) and Ovia Pregnancy apps. You can also print out a report for your doctor. Available on iOS and Android.

3. Daysy
Daysy is an all-in-one basal body thermometer and computer that tracks your cycle, analyzes your data over time, uses advanced statistics to determine your fertile window and displays it all directly on the device. The company claims that the Daysy algorithm, which is backed by several clinical studies, is 99.3 percent effective. You can also download the daysyView app (iPhone only) to access detailed information about your cycles, charts and share the stats with your partner.

4. KNOWHEN
FDA-approved and U.S. clinically-tested, the KNOWHEN Saliva Fertility Monitor ($59.99) uses a small amount of saliva to determine when you’re ovulating. The Personal Ovulation App lets you input the days you ovulated and had sex. Available on iPhone and their web version.

5. Glow
The Glow app, which claims to have helped more than 25,000 pregnancies, tracks your menstrual cycle, basal body temperature and ovulation, reminds you when you’re fertile and includes daily health tips. The Glow Genius feature gives you personalized insights about you and your body to optimize your fertility. You can sync information from Jawbone UP, Fitbit, and the MyFitnessPal app. Plus, the Glow First feature offers financial assistance if you’re looking to conceive through a not­for­profit crowd­funding program that helps reduce the cost of fertility treatments. Available on iOS and Android.

6. ONDO
Keep track of your basal body temperature with Ovatemp’s ONDO Basal Thermometer (available Spring 2015; $75) which syncs wirelessly to your smartphone using the Ovatemp app. The app also tracks your period, cervical fluid and sexual activity. Powered by the YinOva Center, the app has fertility coaching programs with personalized tips on nutrition, exercise and lifestyle to optimize your health and fertility and syncs with Apple’s HealthKit app. Available on iOS only.

7. Clue
The Clue app helps you keep track of your menstrual cycle, cervical fluid, pain, mood, and sexual activity. It also includes information about your cycle, fertility and personal notes. Available on iOS and Android.

Article: 30th November www.foxnews.com

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Could your baby's name predict their behaviour?

November 27, 2014 22:44 by PrideAngelAdmin
Choosing a name is one of the first — and sometimes trickiest — decisions parents make for their baby. There’s a lot to consider: possible nicknames, ease of spelling, what the kids on the playground will say, and outside associations (a little boy named Kermit will, for better or worse, always be lumped with the frog).

New research from School Stickers, a UK company that supplies schools with stickers, postcards and certificates to reward good behavior, offers one more factor to consider: future behavior. Their annual “Naughty or Nice Names List” reveals the names of the UK’s most well-behaved kids of 2014—and the most mischievous. Good news if you’ve got a little Amy or Jacob at home!

According to the study, which analyzed who got the most reward stickers among more than 58,000 students, girls named Amy, Georgia and Emma are the most likely to be the best behaved. On the boys side, Jacob, Daniel and Thomas topped the “nice” list. On the flip side, girls named Ella, Bethany and Eleanor received the fewest accolades at school, as did the Josephs, Camerons, and Williams.

But before you rule out Olivia or Holly for your little girl, keep in mind that British naming trends are different than those in the U.S., says Laura Wattenberg, the baby name expert behind Baby Name Wizard. “An American parent should know that these names carry different social characterizations in the U.S,” she tells Yahoo Parenting. Amy, for example, isn’t commonly used in the United States anymore, she says

Article: www.yahoo.com 25th November 2014

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New centre brings integrated cutting edge fertility, gynaecology and IVF treatment to the North West

November 22, 2014 21:04 by PrideAngelAdmin
The Reproductive Health Group have recently opened the newest and most modern clinic in the North West, at Daresbury Park, in Cheshire.

We have called the clinic the Centre for Reproductive Health, and we are different for two main reasons:

• it was designed by consultants and embryologists to meet the very highest standards in patient care.

• as well as offering the latest fertility techniques, including genetic testing and EEVA embryo selection, the clinic also has a fully-equipped operating facility in which we carry out day case surgical procedures.

We promise that we will only recommend the best care pathway for patients, once we have carried out all the appropriate investigations that could reveal the cause of the apparent infertility. That is why, unlike other IVF clinics, the Centre for Reproductive Health is equipped with the vey latest equipment for gynaecology and urology day case procedures.

Whilst we believe we have built a market leading facility, we are even prouder of the team of highly experienced embryologists, nurses and support staff who we have recruited to join us – they all share our commitment to quality, and to delivering the best possible outcomes for our patients.

We work with a number of associates and have satellite clinics in Manchester, Preston, Cheadle and London.

There is a lot more information on our website at www.reproductivehealthgroup.co.uk, and we would be only too pleased to show you around our clinic.

Article: 22nd November 2014 www.reproductivehealthgroup.co.uk

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What to eat to improve your chances of getting pregnant

November 17, 2014 18:33 by PrideAngelAdmin
Whether you are trying to conceive naturally or you are undergoing fertility treatment, the period of time before you conceive gives you a window of opportunity to evaluate your nutrition and general lifestyle.

Preconception: The window of opportunity
The 3 months prior to conception are thought to be the most influential. During this time, immature eggs, known as oocytes, mature enough to be released during ovulation and sperm cells to develop before being ready for ejaculation. You and your partner's nutrient intake greatly influence's the quality and efficiency of this process and the opportunity to create a healthy pregnancy.

Over and above providing the healthy foundation stones, dietary changes and improving nutrient stores may also help to correct factors that may be affecting your ability to conceive such as low sperm count or hormonal imbalances during the menstrual cycle.

Nutrition is the foundation for you and your baby
Studies have shown that couples who have made changes to their diet and lifestyle improved chance so healthy conception by 80% but research has shown us that the benefits extend way beyond a healthy conception and pregnancy. Indeed, your nutritional status during the preconception period is now understood to sow the seeds of health for your growing baby in infancy, such as reducing risk of atopic conditions such as asthma and eczema, as well as chronic health conditions in adulthood such as diabetes.

Nourishing your nutritional status at preconception can also influence milk production during breastfeeding and reduce the potential of post-partum depression.

Should I use supplements?
It is now medically accepted that certain vitamins and minerals can increase your chances of getting and staying pregnancy by supporting hormone balance, healthy egg and sperm development. However, increasing research is showing us that today's environment is not as fertile-friendly for both plant and human as it once was. Much of the foods we eat have been grown on exhausted soil, intensively farmed, picked before ripe and travelled many miles from source before reaching our plates. As a result, a large proportion of our food is lacking in much needed trace minerals and vitamins. Studies have shown that couples who took nutritional supplements to support a healthy diet, had quicker conception rates than those who did not.

The Folic Acid debate
Folic acid is in the 3 months before and during pregnancy is advisable to reduce the risk of neural tube defects. However recently concerns have been raised about the use of synthetic Folic acid in supplements and the body's ability to metabolise it in this form.Folate crosses the placenta only in the form of the naturally occurring isomer, not as synthetic isolated folic acid and the use of food-sourced folic acid (such as those found in Food-State Supplements) is considered favourable by many for this reason.

Beyond Nutrition: The influence of stress
Getting as healthy as possible during the preconception window is about nourishing your body and your mind. Stress is not the preserve of the over-worked as often thought of. In fact, under-achieving, dissatisfaction with where you are in your life, under and over exercising are all potential 'stressors' to the body.

When your body experience's stress it adopts a 'fight-or-flight' response. This triggers the release of the stress hormones cortisol and adrenaline. This affects digestion, blood pressure, circulation and brain function and over time, other areas of health such as hormone balance and nutrient levels. Supporting my clients in managing their stress levels is a primary focus with many of my clients in clinic.

If you do not have the resources to see a qualified Nutritional Therapist you may want to consider following my fertility programme. I have put together the plan to support you and your partner with the nutritional tools to nourish your fertile soil. It includes our Food-State Fertility formulation for Men and our Food-State Fertility formula for Women as well as a High Strength Omega 3 for both of you. You will also have access to a downloadable booklet with information on what, when and how to eat to build your preconception foundation as well as recipes and detail on environmental factors to be mindful of.

Article: by Herrietta Norton 17th November 2014 www.huffingtonpost.co.uk

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Your Fertility, Health and Mindset

November 14, 2014 21:20 by PrideAngelAdmin
It's a MIRACLE...

Last Thursday I returned from the doctor's and I was the happiest girl alive, ready to announce to the world that I'm five MONTHS PREGNANT with a little BOY!

This is a miracle because a few years ago I was told by the TOP fertility expert in San Diego that I would NEVER get pregnant due to my age, hormone levels, and number of eggs I had left.

When he told me this I was crushed... but I decided that answer didn't work for me, so I took my health into my own hands.

I created a CLEAR PLAN on how to get my body into the best shape possible for fertility.

I got SERIOUS and FOCUSED on what it was I really wanted with my body, health, and life and I didn't let other people's beliefs and my fears get in the way.

I took risks, stayed strong, and invested in a mentor that I trusted, streamlining my process and giving me the best chance possible with the results that I wanted.

I got to a point that I got my body in a great place, but my MIND was still working against me.

So I put consistent effort into mastering my mindset, getting my body and mind ON THE SAME TEAM, learning to sidestep my fears and doubts of doing motherhood on my own and what I was capable of.

I know that you have also had fears and doubts in regards to losing weight and your health, thinking you've tried everything. You've probably been frustrated with your body, feeling as if it's betrayed you, thinking it should be different than it is today.

ALL OF THIS CAN CHANGE and you CAN have the body you want, light, energetic, and healthy! You can also stop listening to people who are bringing you down and get a mentor that will show you the EXACT steps you need to make your Body Dream come true.

NEVER let go of your dreams or believe you can't create ANYTHING... health, business, ideal clients you adore, success, love, money, family.

I'm VERY clear that I could not have achieved my desired result without reaching out for support.

Stop trying to reinvent the wheel... put your health, mindset, and self-love issues to rest and start ENJOYING YOUR LIFE!

If you want Kerri to help you create your personalized CLEAR PLAN TO HEALTH than schedule a quick phone call with her, for free, by clicking here to see what works best for your schedule.

Article: 14th November 2014 www.huffingtonpost.com

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Coverting your civil partnership to a marriage?

November 11, 2014 21:35 by PrideAngelAdmin
As of the 29 March 2014, marriage for same-sex couples in England and Wales became a reality and many have already tied the knot.

At the time the Same Sex Couples (Marriage) Bill was passed there was no immediate provision for those in a civil partnership to be able to convert this to a marriage if they chose.

However, in the recently published ‘The Marriage of Same Sex Couples (Conversion of Civil Partnership) Regulations 2014’ it is now the case that from 10 December 2014 civil partnerships can be converted to marriage. But how will this work and what does it mean in practice?

In order to convert a civil partnership into a marriage, most couples will need to follow the prescribed ‘standard procedure’. There are specified procedures for the less common scenarios, such as couples that are housebound, detained persons and for couples where a person is seriously ill and is not expected to recover. No matter which procedure is used, there is to be no religious service used at a conversion.

The standard procedure involves a fairly straightforward process where couples must attend a register office together. They must give the registrar the following information in order to be able to sign an official declaration: forenames, surname, date of birth, sex, rank or profession, address and the date and place of the formation of the civil partnership.

Afterwards, the registrar must register the conversion declaration as soon as is practicable. There should also be no need to pay a fee provided the civil partnership was registered before the 29 March 2014 and the conversion takes place before 10 December 2015.

It should therefore be an easy process to convert a civil partnership into a marriage and couples may use this as an opportunity to celebrate the ability to have their union recognized as now being a marriage.

Prior to the change in law allowing same-sex marriage, the distinction between a marriage and civil partnership was always an uncomfortable one in terms of terminology as it seemed to suggest same-sex couples were the ‘same, but different’.

The ability to convert should now at least address that imbalance, but in actual fact, does this somehow undermine the status of a civil partnership?

From a legal perspective, the distinctions between a civil partnership and a marriage are minimal, as was the original intention of Parliament when the Civil Partnership Act 2004 was created.

When couples in a civil partnership separate and they wish to formally bring the legal relationship to an end then they need to apply to the court to dissolve their civil partnership.

The process is the same as for heterosexual couples when getting divorced other than same-sex couples cannot rely on adultery as a ground for dissolution. With same-sex marriage it will be possible to become divorced as opposed to dissolution and adultery can be relied upon as a ground, but only if the adultery took place with a member of the opposite sex.

Additionally, when trying to resolve financial matters, the parameters that lawyers and judges use are identical as for same-sex couples and heterosexual couples. This means that, for those who wish to convert their civil partnership to a marriage, it should make no practical or legal difference.

It would appear therefore that for those who wish to convert their legal union, it really comes to down to personal choice as to whether they wish to become married or to simply remain as civil partners.

It will no doubt be very important for many couples to be allowed the status they always felt they should have had and be recognized as legally married. There is a wealth of further information at nataliegambleassociates.com

Article: 28th October 2014 www.gaystarnews.com

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Pride Angel Journey - The Countdown

November 7, 2014 21:41 by PrideAngelAdmin
The countdown had started before I’d given birth of course – on that first Wednesday morning when I didn’t have to heave myself and my bump out of bed at 6.30am and drag myself to work. But a year was a long time. A year ago it was, anyway. I think I first heard the days ticking down after about five months. By ten months, as each day passed, a huge bell of misery tolled in my ear.

I’d done a Keeping-In-Touch day – just the one, before I realised that I didn’t really want to keep in touch. I wanted to stay at home with my baby. Forever. But that wasn’t the plan. The plan – the Lesbian Parenting Master Plan, in which even Biology had conspired – was that as my maternity leave ended, Sal’s would begin: heavily pregnant with baby Willow, she would become Luna’s main carer while I returned to full-time work/misery.

So while I wandered the corridors at work, bewildered and detached, struggling to hide my indifference towards issues and concerns which seemed irrelevant and tedious, Sal looked after Luna. She tied the sling above her bump when they went for walks – a comfortable counterbalance. She crawled around on the floor – picking up Luna’s discarded lunch from under the high chair. And she took on the ultimate challenge – the afternoon nap without ‘milky’.

Meanwhile, the bell of misery had faded into the tedious daily grind of work. And there was a new countdown. Not of misery this time, but of hope and expectation and a fair bit of apprehension (what were we going to do when there were two of them?!) because Willow the bump wasn’t going to stay that way for long…

Article: by Lindsey, West Yorkshire 7th November 2014

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