Motherhood | Tips on Helping Conceive | The Stork OTC

August 10, 2017

This is a sponsored conversation from Mums the Word Network and The Stork OTC. All opinions are my own.
Full Disclaimer: I have personally NOT used any products including the Stork OTC to conceive, but I have heard many good things about the Stork OTC device that I’d like to share the information with you through this blogpost. I sincerely hope that this blogpost provides the much-needed information and helps couples who might be looking for ways to conceive. The below pictures are that of a demo product only.
Warning: This is a medical device so please be sure to read all instructions carefully and/or consult your doctor before using.

Photo Courtesy: Madeleine Wilson Photography

‘I am proud of many things in life, but nothing beats being a mother’.
This quote could not have been more true in my case. I always knew that I’d love being a mother but had no idea just how much I’d love it until I became one. I truly feel it's one of the biggest blessings in my life. The happiness, the joy, the warmth (and a million other emotions) a baby brings to one's family is next to none, it's magical in every sense! Our baby boy has changed our lives forever and for good, and for that we are ever so grateful.
While my husband and I didn’t have any issues conceiving I know quite a handful of people who have had trouble getting pregnant for various reasons. I can only imagine how traumatic and emotionally taxing it could be when a couple is desperately trying to have kids but are unable to conceive. Sometimes it doesn’t even seem to require having to go through any expensive in-clinic procedures, apparently using a product such as the Stork OTC is said to get the job done.



“No Shots. No Scans.
No Prescriptions. No Procedures.
Because trying to get pregnant is challenging enough.”
“Our FDA–cleared, over-the-counter device uses cervical cap insemination. This smart 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 to get to the egg.”
From what I have read… The Stork OTC is a uniquely designed innovative conception device that can be used within the privacy and comfort of your home. It is a less invasive method of aiding conception. The device is intended to assist couples with some of the common fertility issues such as low sperm count, low motility and unfavorable vaginal environment. The Stork OTC contains a cervical cap 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. The device is used during ovulation to assist the chances of becoming pregnant. Studies seem to have shown that Stork OTC delivers 3.23 times the sperm score value within the cervical mucus compared to natural intercourse, meaning it presents a greater concentration of sperm to targeted cervical mucus than natural intercourse.



How exactly does the Stork OTC work you ask? Instead of boring you with a wordy and lengthy paragraph explaining the details, let’s watch the below video that the brand has put together which makes it super easy to understand how simple it is to use the product.
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If the video has gotten you all curious about the Stork OTC and you have additional questions, check out their FAQ section, or better yet join the upcoming Twitter party on August 17 at 8pm EST and use hashtag #TTCwithStorkOTC to participate and learn more about this innovative device.



If you are ready to give Stork OTC a try, then be sure to take advantage of the below discounts.
The Stork OTC is now available at Target stores and it is located in the family planning section next to the ovulation test kits.

 25% off Stork OTC Single Device at the Stork OTC Online Store through the end of August- https://www.storkotc.com/where-to-buy/

Read success stories here. And if you or someone you know has used the Stork OTC, please do share your experience below.


Hope to see you on August 17th over at Twitter!

“Raising kids is a walk in the park. Jurassic Park.”
xoxo,
Kusum

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