Subscribe: Subscribe to me on YouTube

Friday, May 20, 2011

This appeared in the Daily Mirror today...

I ripped it out of my mother-in-law's copy after work, so technically that's seven years bad luck. But if it gets us a baby, we can probably live with it.

Two months ago we were offered IVF for £4,000 with a 15% chance of success. Now Boots are guaranteeing us pregnancy within a year for five hundred smackers. Give it a few weeks and Poundland will be selling us twins for a quid.

Personally, I'd never heard of DuoFertility, but it turns out they were featured on 'Britain's Next Big Thing' on BBC2 last month...

It's basically a device which takes Lisa's temperature 20,000 times a day, and tells us when she's on heat. If it's not already obvious. And from what we've read on the internet, it sounds pretty successful. Lisa's been researching it this evening while I dash down to Asda for pregnancy tests and babygros. Obviously I don't have a spare five hundred quid just knocking about the place, but I do have a credit card, and what's more, I'm prepared to use it.

On the downside, the article above says that they'll refund the purchase price "if the buyer does not become pregnant". So if I order it myself, we could be on to a loser.


Phil's Mum said...

If its sponsored by Theo Paphitis, its got to be good.  He's got about 6 children!

Dave said...

Does Chloe have any views on there being another child in the house?