The happiest day of my life was when I saw my daughter for the first time. I was excited to see her the whole time I was pregnant and when the time finally came, I just felt this overflowing joy and love. It was beautiful. There are definitely many things that make me feel fulfilled but the ultimate fulfillment is being a mom that’s why my heart goes out to those who are trying very hard to conceive. I can’t imagine how difficult it is to undergo fertility treatments and expect too much only for these hopes to be dashed in the end. Adding to that is the pressure that others put on childless couples who’ve been together for a long time. There are certain medical procedures that can be undertaken, and while some methods require advanced medical mediation, some are comparatively simple.
Now, there’s a conception device that’s available over the counter called The Stork OTC that you can use at home while ovulating, to increase the probability of getting pregnant. This uniquely designed mechanical device is FDA approved and makes use of cervical cap insemination which has up to 20% success rate compared to that of Intrauterine Insemination. The cap goes over the cervix, with the applicator keeping it in place. This technique enables the sperm to quickly bypass the vaginal tract and places the sperm as close as possible to the opening of the cervix, right where it needs to be to swim up through. Semen is placed into the cap and then the cap is placed at the opening the cervix for up to six hours. A recently published clinical study showed that in 85% of subjects, the device delivered 3.23 times the sperm score value within cervical mucus compared to natural intercourse.
Here’s an instructional video presenting The Stork OTC:
There are certain things to remember when you’re trying to conceive. It’s important to know when ovulation occurs because a woman can only be fertile for 48 hours around her ovulation. To determine ovulation, estimate when your next menstruation will be and deduct 14 days from this. The Stork is beneficial to those with common fertility issues like low sperm motility, low sperm count, and unfavorable vaginal environment because of pH imbalance. It’s also recommended for women who wants to conceive without sexual intercourse. However, women with issues like polycystic ovarian syndrome, endometriosis, fibroids or a history of radiation treatments, and previous pelvic infection like chlamydia, gonorrhea, and pelvic inflammatory disease should speak with a healthcare provider before using this.
You don’t need a prescription to buy the Stork OTC. It’s available online and in stores with select retailers. You can also purchase it at CVS.com.
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