I also have The Stork OTC which is an at-home conception aid in this device works a little bit differently this is an over-the-counter medical device for home use by couples who have been unable to conceive naturally and who have received a diagnosis of low sperm count, sperm, and mobility or an unfavorable vaginal environment. The Stork OTC contains a cervical inside a condom like silicone sheath. It is used to collect semen into a cervical cap, then deliver it to the outside of the cervix as an aid to conception. This should be used during the ovulation phase of the menstrual cycle and the cervical cap should not be left in place for longer than six hours. Studies have shown that the cervical cap insemination technique helps with conception up to a 20% success rate. Having this gives me hope on being able to get pregnant in the near future and I am not going to give up on being a mother as I’ve always wanted to be one and it hurts me that I’m not as I know I’d make a good mom. I will keep you posted on my outcome and of course, let you know if I get pregnant.
If you would like to pick up your own Stork OTC you can find it at CVS by following the link below http://www.cvs.com/shop/sexual-health/pregnancy-fertility/pregnancy-fertility-tests/the-stork-otc-prodid-971320?skuId=971320
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“This is a sponsored conversation from Mums the Word Network and The Stork OTC. All opinions are my own.”