home conception aid {Stork OTC}

This post about Stork OTC home conception aid is sponsored by Stork OTC and The Motherhood but these are my words.

Trying to conceive can go two ways – simple and fun or agonizing and expensive. I’ve been on both sides of that equation so I’m really excited to share a third option with you guys, an affordable OTC product that can help you conceive. After 6 years of operating In The Know Mom and being in many mom circles, I’ve heard all of the horror stories – the pain of trying and failing, the devastation of trying again after a loss and the drained bank accounts from IVF and other infertility treatments. It shouldn’t be this hard.

My first child was a surprise, a welcome one, but still a surprise. I didn’t have to try at all. I always knew I wanted another child and when the time felt right we began to try. That went on for 2 years. We researched all of the tips, giving up bad habits that could negatively influence our chances of becoming pregnant. Nothing seemed to work and I was not prepared to sink thousands of dollars into invasive medical options. The ironic part is that once we stopped trying, I became pregnant. Our lives had shifted course and suddenly having a second child seemed like a bad idea so I stopped tracking my irregular cycle and we began avoiding the pregnancy. Well… I guess our timing was not the same as God’s because sure enough – baby Gabriel came along.

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I couldn’t imagine my life without him, my sweet mama’s boy that follows me around all day with his arms outstretched saying “up”. I thank God every day for him (and my daughter). I had to wait a couple years, had to endure the loss of an ectopic baby, had to brave through a high-risk pregnancy, but he’s here – and some people are not that lucky. Now I wonder if I could have brought him into my world sooner had I had Stork OTC.

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Stork OTC is a home conception aid. You can purchase it at your local pharmacy for $79.99. What a stark contrast $80 is to the average $12,000 – $15,000 infertility aids previously existing! Not only is it a bargain, but it is less invasive. This product is to be used in the comfort and privacy of your own home.

How does it work? Okay, so this product operates on the idea of a cervical cap insemination, an established conception technique. It has a condom-like sheath for….how do I put this… ejaculate. It is therefore a familiar product for your husband/boyfriend. Insertion is familiar for you as well – much like inserting a tampon. Easy peasy. It can be done at home as opposed to a cold medical environment.

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Stork OTC is FDA-cleared for home-use without a prescription so it is safe and easy to obtain. It helps with common fertility difficulties like low sperm count, motility issues (slow swimmers), unfavorable vaginal environment (PH imbalance) and unexplained infertility. Of course, it is not a magical conception product – it will not work 100% of the time, especially if you have more severe infertility complications, but it is a great place to start exploring fertility treatments.

Remember, you are NOT alone.  A CDC study found 10.9% (6.7 million) of women ages 15-44 have impaired ability to get pregnant or carry a pregnancy to term; 1 in 6 couples are unable to conceive after 12 months of trying. I firmly believe pregnancy is all about timing but some of us need that extra push to get to our goal.  Now there is drug-free hope and I urge you (if you are TTC and having difficulties) to give Stork OTC a shot.  Good luck you guys!! If you try and succeed, please send me an email our social media shout with the happy news!

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