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What is Cervical Cap Insemination And How Might It Help With Conception?

“When it comes to calculating likelihood of conceiving, every scenario is different. For those struggling with fertility issues and considering options to help increase their chances, the stakes are even higher. In general, the natural chance of pregnancy per month of ovulation depends on the age of the woman, starting at 20% in her 20s for a couple with proven fertility in the past and dropping by 5-10% every ten years (to 15% within her 30s and to just 5% within her 40s)” says Dr. Genoveva Prisacaru of Seven Hills Women’s Health in Austin, TX.

Couples considering Artificial Reproductive Techniques (ART) should realize that it is intensively emotional, physically arduous and expensive. One of the first questions that often comes to mind is “What really is the chance for success?” and a second may be, “How can I optimize my chances at home?”

The success rate for at home cervical cap insemination techniques like The Stork OTC, is between 10 and 20%.1,2 This rate is similar to both IUI and the chance of pregnancy with normal intercourse within the 20’s age range.

How does The Stork OTC work?
The Stork OTC incorporates familiar elements with the condom-like sheath for collection and tampon-like delivery and removal of the cap, so you can use it at home, in private before having to try more aggressive treatments (or after having already tried them) – and without the same loss of intimacy.

The Stork OTC lets you take charge of your family planning, and act as a team while you do it. FDA-cleared applications for The Stork OTC include common fertility difficulties attributed to both men and women, including:

  • Low Sperm Count
  • Motility Issues
  • Unfavorable Vaginal Environment (pH imbalance)
  • Unexplained Infertility

To learn more on this innovative, FDA-cleared home conception aid visit

For step by step instructions on how to use The Stork OTC, watch the video below:

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