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13940094_10207169830948195_1321942033_oMy husband and I decided we would try to conceive. It is always a lot of work for us as I have fertility issues. When I decide I want to try to get pregnant I have to not only use Chlomid to get pregnant I have to use other measures as tracking my most fertile days. I have been using The Stork OTC the last few months. To some of you who either missed my last post or are new to my blog welcome. I Have been using The Stork OTC which is a {Cervical cap insemination, a technique healthcare professionals have used as an effective, in-clinic treatment options for decades with success rates between 10-20% is now available to you in the comfort and privacy of your own home.}

The Stork OTC launched in the fall of 2014 and is FDA cleared. It’s designed to help you make trying to conceive less trying. You can do all of this in the privacy and comfort of your own home. The STORK OTC uses cervical cap insemination that is an effective treatment method previously available only through your doctor or clinic. The Stork OTC allows you to use this method to deliver the sperm to the cervix and keep it right where it needs to be. What’s great is that The Stork OTC can help with common fertility difficulties such as motility issues with sperm, low sperm count, and unfavorable vaginal environment. The condom-like sheath and cervical cap are both latex-free. It is recommended to use The Stork OTC two to three times a month on your most fertile days. This can be purchased at CVS.

I had chose to use the Stork OTC Due to the results of  A study that  was conducted from November 2014 to August 2015. There were 15 couples in the single center comparison study comparing The Stork OTC to natural intercourse. Using the subjects as their own control/ baseline. Subjects used both natural intercourse and The Stork OTC Conception Kit to evaluate concentrations of sperm in the cervical mucus. The study had shown 85% higher concentrations of sperm with the use of the Stork OTC Kit versus natural intercourse. 

Another reason I had chosen to use The Stork OTC is cost. The Cervical Cap Insemination has a 10-20% success rate and costs $79.99. Intrauterine insemination has a 10-20% success rate and costs from $700 and up. In Vitro Fertilization is 20-35% success rate and costs $12,400 and up. 

I have weighed out all my options and The Stork OTC was the way to go for me. I can tell you these last few months have been easier for me to try to conceive then in the past. Usually I get so stressed keeping my chart trying to figure out when my most fertile days are. This time I was able to just use The First Response fertility sticks. Then when it was my most fertile day we would have sex and use the OTC kit. It was very easy to use. Last time when I was trying to get pregnant when I did not have the Stork OTC kit I would hang upside down off my bed for a little bit letting the sperm have a better chance. The truth is, sperm have just a few minutes to swim into your cervical mucus, where they hang out and are released into the uterus over the next several days. Elevating your hips on a stack of pillows or hanging upside down at the time of ejaculation will not enhance the chances of that happening. Well, that didn’t work out so well when I slid off the bed and fell on the floor.

This time I didn’t have to do any of that. I simply used the Stork OTC. Less stressful and less embarassing. I am happy to announce I am expecting. I am so glad I had the chance to use The Stork OTC. I have a new adventure ahead of me.babys

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