Although Bailey Ennis had no interest in dating, she had always wanted to have children. So, without seeking out medical assistance, she inseminated herself using a DIY insemination kit. Everything went perfectly because Bailey gave birth to a healthy baby boy last month who weighed 2.32 kg.
B. A. Ennis
In order to achieve a pregnancy through in-vivo fertilization, artificial insemination is a medical or veterinary treatment that involves injecting semen into a female's cervix or uterine cavity.
Because errors during the operation can result in infection, spotting, or multiple pregnancies, it is carried out by experienced physicians and professional artificial insemination operators.
But recently, a 24-year-old lady used a DIY kit she bought for a little under Rs 4,000 to successfully inseminate herself at home.
Although Bailey Ennis had no interest in dating, she had always wanted to have children. So, without seeking out medical assistance, she inseminated herself using a DIY insemination kit.
Everything went perfectly because Bailey gave birth to a healthy baby boy last month who weighed 2.32 kg.
According to Parents.com, the success rate for conceiving using artificial insemination ranges from five to thirty percent, thus the accomplishment is rather extraordinary.
Cost-wise, an artificial insemination treatment at a facility in the US may run up to $1,000 (about Rs. 80,000).
The single mother claimed that shortly after discovering an experienced and healthy donor, she decided to inseminate herself.
Unbelievably, she became pregnant on her first try in October 2021.
"I discovered a donor who had a clean medical history and had previously helped two LGBTQ couples. She was quoted by LadBible as stating, "I identified my donor, and we WhatsApped and met up for coffee before both of us decided he would be my donor.
According to Bailey, the donor dropped by before assisting her with the kit.
He delivered his gift and then assisted me in using the kit. There are only sterilized cups, syringes, and ovulation tests in it.
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