Home Insemination Kits

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Vaginal Speculum

Using a speculum in the home insemination process can ensure a more precise insemination of the sperm towards the cervix. This can significantly enhance your chances of conception. Our speculums are high quality, reliable and disposable.


Ovulation Test

When a woman is about to ovulate, her body releases a huge amount of hormone called Luteinising Hormone (L.H.) L.H. is always present in your urine but the levels increase (surge) in the middle of your cycle, causing you to release an egg from the ovary. Using a FASTEST Ovulation strip will enable you to detect the sharp increase in L.H. urine concentration which precedes ovulation. Conception is most likely to occur 36 hours following the L.H. surge.


Pregnancy Test

FASTEST One Step HCG Urine Pregnancy Test measures the presence of the hormone Human Chorionic Gonadotrophin (HCG) in your urine for the early detection of pregnancy. HCG is produced during pregnancy, shortly after the embryo attaches to the uterine lining. The further into the pregnancy you are the higher the levels of HCG in your urine.

£1.00 £1.15

Basal Body Thermometer

Monitoring your basal body temperature (BBT) is an extremely useful step when you are planning to have a baby. By monitoring your BBT you can predict the days in which you are most likely to become pregnant. Our thermometers displays two decimal place high.

£4.95 £3.95

Fertility Cup

A fertility cup is a great tool to boost your chances of becoming pregnant by home insemination. Fresh sperm can be placed in the fertility cup and inserted into the vagina allowing it to rest next to the cervix for up to 12 hours. Once the fertility cup has been inserted it can remain in place while you go about your daily routine. A fertility cup is comfortable and you can't feel it once it's inserted.


Our home insemination kits contain everything you need to help you become pregnant at home using donor sperm.

If you have got this far and met a sperm donor or co-parent then congratulations. You will now start to think about the details involved in trying to become pregnant.  

For those of our members who choose not to access a licensed fertility clinic a method known as home insemination can be carried out.  

This successful method often suites people entering into a co-parenting or donor agreement for a number of reasons and is increasingly used by single women and lesbian couples to conceive using donor sperm.

Many women feel that insemination at home has advantages over undertaking insemination within a clinic environment as there is very little cost involved, the environment is much more relaxed, the sperm is fresh, your partner can be more involved and the success rates are higher.

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