Saturday, August 13, 2016

The Stork OTC provides you a short cut to help you conceive

I knew from a young age that I wanted to be a mom when I grew up. I loved taking care of my baby dolls. When I became an adult, I was eager to get married and have children. When I got pregnant, I was over the moon excited. I had started shopping right away. I started picking out names and I was on cloud nine.  Then one morning, I woke up bleeding. I found out that I was miscarrying. It was so horrible and it really made me depressed.  Once the shot I got for birth control wore off and some time to heal, I was ready to try again.I had a really hard time trying to conceive. It was very hard on me emotionally. It took me almost three years to get pregnant with Noah. Trying to  conceive is a very emotional time especially when it seems like everyone around you is pregnant. You want to share in their excitement but it's difficult. It's extra difficult when they talk about it constantly.
Depending on where you are in your journey and medical needs there are so many different ways to conceive.  You might track your cycle with a BBT chart along with tracking your cervical mucus. You may be taking shots or possibly discussing in-vitro fertilization. I learned about a product called  The Stork OTC which may help you conceive. The Stork OTC is a cervical cap. The Stork OTC will place sperm at the opening of the cervix. That's the closest it can be to maximize chance of conception.  The cool thing is that it is also for donor sperm so if you using another method you can use The Stork OTC too. It's cleared by the FDA for over the counter purchase so you don't even need to get a prescription. It can currently be found online and also in CVS in the family planning aisle. The Stork OTC cervical cap will hold the sperm on your cervix for up to six hours. That will provide a better chance of conceiving.

Here's how it works- Having sex wearing a condom carefully pull off and place in the Stork OTC or you can pour it in a condom if you are using a donor. Be sure to use the condom provided. You can not use any other condom in The Stork OTC.  Regular condoms may contain latex or spermicide, which will kill the sperm.
The Stork OTC is the only conception device FDA cleared over-the-counter for use at home that is designed to help you with becoming pregnant during your fertile window.
The Stork OTC includes two familiar elements: a cervical cap inside of a condom-like sheath (the Conceptacle) used to collect the sperm and an applicator device (the applicator) used to place the cap (similar to the delivery of a tampon).
After collecting the semen in the cap, the applicator efficiently and easily places it near the woman’s cervix. The cap stays in place, keeping the sperm where it needs to be, for up to six hours, while the woman continues her normal routine, then is easily removed with the attached cord, similar to tampon removal.

Good luck trying to conceive and I hope you get a positive test soon.

This is a sponsored conversation from Mums the Word Network and The Stork OTC. All opinions are my own

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