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The aim of this article is to educate you about home insemination. You will learn the differences between the cup method and cap insemination. At the end of the article you will find our P4B check.Through this article we would like to offer you a basis for decision-making on your way to child happiness!  

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Cup method and cap insemination - fertilisation inside the woman's body

The cup method and cap insemination belong to the group of home insemination (= sperm transfer at home). They are alternative, low-cost methods in the field of artificial insemination. The effort required is relatively low. Insemination can be carried out at home and without the help of a medical professional. Home insemination takes place inside the woman's body. Before resorting to medical insemination methods, you should give these methods a chance, as they are the closest to the natural way of fertilisation.

Although success is achieved very quickly in some cases and the procedure is very inexpensive in comparison, the cup method and cap insemination have a shadowy existence among the methods of artificial insemination. In a small - non-representative survey, Partner4Baby asked what the reasons are for the low prevalence: One of the main reasons is due to ignorance - more than 90% of the respondents did not know the method! Especially with the family form of co-parenting or with homosexual couples, the forms of home insemination are widespread.

With our contribution we would like to encourage women to try both methods. Partner4Baby shows you the steps to use both methods of home insemination.

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Brief explanation to distinguish the term "semen sample

If the sperm donation is homologous, then it is the partner's own donation. If the sperm donation is heterologous, it is an external donation. In this article, we use sperm donation as a term for both forms. You can read more about this in our article "Artificial insemination through sperm donation".