Sunday, August 14, 2016

Trying to Conceive Campaign Review


"Disclaimer: I received this product complimentary for testing purposes."


The Stork OTC is an innovative, home-use device that helps with becoming pregnant. Whether you are just starting on your journey to parenthood or have been trying for longer, let the Stork OTC optimize your chances of conceiving. This NEW treatment option is FDA-cleared for home-use without a prescription. Learn more at: www.storkotc.com

I received a Stork OTC for a review on my blog. This at home conception aid kit is to help you become pregnant using a cervical cap insemination, an established conception technique, around the time of ovulation in the privacy of your own home. This Stork OTC incorporates familiar elements with the condom-like collection and tampon-like delivery and removal, so you can use it at home, in private before having to try more aggressive treatments. In about 2014 I saw a Infertility Specialist because I was trying for another baby and it seemed like things weren't just working out for me ends up I wasn't getting enough eggs in my left ovaries not really sure how everything works, but it's crazy because I already have 1 child and I just wanted one more so I'm hoping that things work out with this Stork OTC aid kit. 

 The Stork Conception Aid Single Use Kit Includes: Applicator, Conceptacle, Instruction for Use Leaflet. 

Uses: While The Stork OTC is designed for use without a Health care Provider, one may be consulted if desired. People that have known fertility issues should consult their Health care Provider to determine if The Stork OTC is appropriate for use.

The Stork OTC contains a cervical cap inside a condom-like sheath. It is used to collect sperm into a cervical cap, then deliver it to the outside of the cervix, as an aid to conception. The Stork OTC Cervical Cap should not be left in place for longer than 6 hours. 

Above is the Applicator. 

I highly recommend to take caution and read the entire directions carefully to make sure you understand how to use, etc. Me and my husband are going to do this together soon. I just got my "time of the month" and we are going to wait until halfway through when it's over or during we haven't decided yet and try it then. These kits are a bit pricey but I believe it's worth it because we were paying over $50 for a visit each time we had to go to the infertility doctor and then for the needles itself like $80 so we were saving a lot although this doesn't really guarantee pregnancy for some and some it may work for others. You'll want to use your Stork OTC during ovulation when you are most fertile. The good thing about this kit is that you do not need a precription. Although each use you'll have to pay for a new kit and it cannot be reused which sorta stinks. I think they should atleast provide atleast an extra applicator and two of the cervical caps in my opinion for the price that you have to pay.



I am going to sit down with my husband later tonight and go over everything and try maybe on Friday since that will be my last day of my period. I am hoping that it works I won't work myself up though expecting it to work, but will be praying and have faith that it works. I just need to feel calm and relaxed and wish for the best.

Available at the following retailers:
CVS/pharmacy
Target
Walgreens


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