EGG WHITES 
mimic cervical mucus

Do you see cervical mucus like this?  
If not, you've come to the right place!



Why use Egg Whites for
Trying To Conceive?


Egg whites can provide a mucus-like environment
which is sperm friendly.

One Hour Before Intercourse:
Put egg white in a covered container by the bed 
 (so it warms to room temperature).
Just before intercourse, lie down on the bed and insert 
NOTE: If you stand up, it will slip right out (so stay lying down). 
The idea is to have the egg-white in vagina at the time of ejaculation.

I understand that
egg white is used in labs
for sperm storage!
Worried about bacteria?




AFRAID TO USE RAW EGGS?
Read this!

Hi Momma Kath,
I work in the "egg" business and
it appears that many people "think" that 
 salmonella is in the yolk of the egg. 

This is not true.
In fact, it is the SHELL which would contain these bacteria,
so it is very important that one washes their hands
after handling eggs.
Sincerely, Pernille


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PLEASE NOTE: The information provided on this Site is in no way to be considered medical advice, medical diagnosis or treatment. If you are concerned, always check with your obstetrician, physician, midwife, or other health care provider before choosing to do or not do any course of action.

Need Some Theme Music? 

Down on the Farm - CD

Need Tools? 
Egg White Separator

Need Insertion Tool? 
Turkey Baster

Tool for inserting... Plastic Syringe

Success using Egg Whites
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For Fun... Henrietta Hen Egg Cooker
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*PLEASE NOTE: The information provided on this site is intended to serve only as a supplement to your resources and is in no way to be considered medical advice, medical diagnosis or treatment. Always check with your obstetrician, physician, midwife, or other health care provider before choosing to do or not do any course of action.

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