The Sperm Meets Egg Plan: Getting Pregnant Faster

2940045009317_p0_v1_s260x420The Sperm Meets Egg Plan is a step-by-step guide to achieving pregnancy without taking invasive tests, charting temperatures, or making mistakes in predicting your ovulation that result in mistimed attempts at fertilization.

Designed by Deanna Roy after months of trying made her believe she had a fertility problem, the plan will help you time intercourse whether you have a typical or atypical cycle. It includes adjustments for common fertility problems, what to do if you are over forty, and considerations for trying again after a pregnancy loss.

This booklet includes 40 pages of instruction plus a 10-page sneak peek of Deanna’s book Baby Dust. It should be a free download.

“This booklet is a THANK YOU to all the women who have supported Deanna’s web site since the loss of her first baby in 1998,” the author said.

Deanna Roy is a passionate advocate for women who have lost babies. She has several books on the subject, including her bestseller FOREVER INNOCENT, a romance about a couple whose baby is taken off life support at seven days old.

She has run the website PregnancyLoss.Info for fifteen years, including many large spin-off support groups both online and in person.

To learn about new releases, sign up for her subscriber list at or visit her blog at She has regular giveaways in conjunction with major pregnancy loss events.

FOREVER INNOCENT: A New Adult Romance (2013)
FOREVER LOVED: A follow up to Forever Innocent (2014)
BABY DUST: A Novel about Miscarriage (2011)
STELLA & DANE: The romance between two Baby Dust characters (2012)
THE SPERM MEETS EGG PLAN: A how-to book for pregnancy after loss (2012)


TANGLED: A New Adult Boxed Set with 12 romance authors
HOLIDAY WISHES: Short Stories for Christmas with 14 indie authors (2012)
SINGLE EDGED BLADES: Short stories for women after a break up (2012)

IN THE COMPANY OF ANGELS: A Memorial Book (a write-in record book for babies lost to miscarriage or stillbirth)

There are several ethical issues associated with infertility and its treatment.

There are several ethical issues associated with infertility and its treatment.

This article discusses them.


  • High-cost treatments are out of financial reach for some couples.
  • Debate over whether health insurance companies should be forced to cover infertility treatment.
  • Allocation of medical resources that could be used elsewhere
  • The legal status of embryos fertilized in vitro and not transferred in vivo.
  • Anti-abortion opposition to the destruction of embryos not transferred in vivo.
  • IVF and other fertility treatments have resulted in an increase in multiple births, provoking ethical analysis because of the link between multiple pregnancies, premature birth, and a host of health problems.
  • Religious leaders’ opinions on fertility treatments.
  • Infertility caused by DNA defects on the Y chromosome is passed on from father to son. If natural selection is the primary error correction mechanism that prevents random mutations on the Y chromosome, then fertility treatments for men with abnormal sperm (in particular ICSI) only defer the underlying problem to the next male generation.