You can just get regular old eggs from the store, although I prefer organic free-range eggs for health issues. I have also heard of women buying thois cartons of pasteurized eggwhites that are used for cooking.
You're gonna wanna set the egg out for maybe 30-60 minutes before insterting it, otherwise it is super cold. If you don't have 30-60 minutes, you can just use it cold. It isn't really that bad, you body warms in up in a minute.
Break open the egg and carefully seperate out the white!!! Don't use ANY yellow!
For insertion, I used a medicine dropper. I have also heard or a turkey baster, medicine syringe, and mini-baster. I used about 2 baby droppers full. Insert it pretty deep.
It was my first month trying it, and we did it for three days around ovulation. I did end up with an infection that I think was related to the eggs, but another lady did it this month and didn't get one.
I also had no eggwhite stuff (thats the technical word 'stuff') and hardly any cm to begin with...I used eggwhites once, when I conceived Veronica, after 12 cycles of trying. I cracked a regular egg (wasnt buying organic then, now I would definately use one of those..maybe less 'funk')
I nuked it for like 10 seconds to warm it (would NEVER do that now, especially since we got rid of the microwave lol) then I wisked it up some and had dh pour some in while I assumed the after sex postion to ensure it got to where it should go. then we did 'stuff' and then finally got preg! YEAH!
Nah, I'm doctor-phobic. I don't go unless I am SUPER sick. I just let it work itself out, it was gone in about 3 days. It felt like a yeast infection, only no discharge. Maybe I have a mild egg allergy that I never knew about.
But I highly recommend them, and when we start TTC again, (We lost the baby this week) we will for sure use them. Good luck egging!