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    jldeitsch posted:
    Me and my partner want to have a baby together. the problem is i wont do in the NORMAL way. how can we have a baby with no intercourse? does a turkey baser really work. please help thanks
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    Byroney_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Dear jldeitsh,

    This is something you and/or your partner can talk about with your doctor as long as you feel comfortable discussing it together. your doctor will be able to guide you about the Artificial Insemination process.

    Sperm banks also have insemination options. They and women's or GLBTT centers may also have classes on insemination. Remember that if you do this on your own, the sperm donar's screening will not be done and your legal rights will not be addressed, unless you take it upon yourself to work with a lawyer and medical facility to do so.

    Best wishes,

    Byroney


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