My wife and I embarked on our fertility journey in February 2019 after deciding the time was right to start our family. After careful consideration due to PCOS/endometriosis, we booked a fertility clinic appointment. Our first appointment was a negative experience so we decided to do our research and try AI (Artificial Insemination) at home. We did hours of research, paid to join a sperm donation website and found a compatible donor. We ordered our Mosie Kit after reading positive reviews online and within the LGBTIQ+ Parenthood forums and began to try to conceive in December 2019. Our first try was unsuccessful, we tried again early January 2020 and to our surprise got a positive pregnancy test on the 19th of January. Our pregnancy was tough being diagnosed with Velamentous Cord Insertion at 20 weeks making our birth high risk, but our stubborn boy was breach and was born via C-Section at 38+4 weeks on 22/09/2020 at a healthy 6 lbs 6oz. We are now proud parents to “O” and have recently purchased our second Mosie Kit to try and give our baby boy a sibling later this year and to complete our little family.
Did you face any obstacles? Endometriosis, PCOS, Required a Sperm Donor
How long were you trying before Mosie: 6 months or less
How many cycles did you use Mosie? 2
- K & T from Australia
K&T, Warmest congratulations on seeing your journey through and Baby “O”’s safe arrival! We’re privileged to to have played a small part in his story and are so hopeful that #2 will be a smooth experience for everyone! He’s gorgeous as is the sweet photo of your family. Thanks as well for sharing the details with the community. It’s not always easy as you well know...but others that may be feeling hopeless might find reassurance in your journey! Please keep in touch and let us know how things are going! - Marc + Mo