Being a mom of 5, I’ve spent many of hours in mom groups and pregnancy groups on Facebook and other websites. I’ve watched many of my friends have fertility issues. Some struggled for years while others struggled for just a few months. I could never truly understand the struggle until we tried getting pregnant with Jack. With my other four kids, I was able to get pregnant on our first month of trying. With Jack, it was different. We tried and tried and then needed to start tracking and charting and using a home-use device that helps with becoming pregnant.
Did you know that 1 in 6 couples have difficulty conceiving? Approximately 40% of fertility issues are related to the male and another 40% of fertility issues are related to the female… so it looks like we’re even. But now The Stork OTC, in-home device, gives us hope of lowering those numbers a bit.
The Stork OTC Helps Your Chance of Conceiving
The Stork OTC is a home-use device (FDA-cleared) to help you become pregnant. You can use this from the very start of trying to conceive or even if you’ve been trying for a long time. This is a new treatment and needs no prescription! In the privacy of your own home, you can feel relaxed while using The Stork OTC. Basically, this home-use device puts the sperm at the opening of the cervix, as close as possible, optimizing your chances of conception. The Stork OTC is giving hope to millions of Americans who struggle to conceive. I wish this was available back when we were trying! Using the Stork OTC is a great ‘first step’ before going forth with more costly procedures.
Here are a few more details of The Stork OTC
The Stork OTC use includes common fertility issues attributed to both men and women, including:
The Stork OTC is available online and in select retail stores. You can visit The Stork OTC to find a store near you.
Join Us for the #TheStorkOTC Twitter Chat!
We’re going to be hanging out on Twitter today for a mini chat, please join us! This chat will be part of a series on fertility-related tops so be sure to join us throughout the year.
Here is today’s chat details:
If you’d like to follow our hosts, you can find them here:@TheMotherhood, @TMChatHost, @CooperMunroe, @EmilyMcKhann
Our co-hosts will be: @AngelaJRichter, @We_HaveItAll, @themommybunch, @Thrifty4nsicgal, @RaisedByCulture
This content is not intended to be a substitute for medical advice. Always seek the advice of your physician.