If you regularly read my blog, you may remember that back in December, I talked about how my husband and I are trying to have a baby.
Even though we haven’t been trying for a super long time yet, I was so excited for the opportunity to work with the Stork OTC. Today, I’ll be talking about this device with you guys in the hopes of helping out anyone else who’s trying to conceive!
I’m so excited to be able to try out the Stork! My husband and I have also been disciplined about taking our vitamins and supplements in the hopes of upping our chances.
I can’t wait to see if it works or not! Of course, if it does, I’ll be posting about it on here to let you all know! 😀
Now here are some details about the Stork:
– What is Stork OTC, exactly?
The Stork OTC is the only FDA-cleared over-the-counter device to aid in conception in your home.
The device uses cervical cap insemination and places the sperm directly at the opening to the cervix. This is awesome because it’s similar to an IUI, which can only be done at a fertility clinic.
What I love is the fact that The Stork OTC makes it possible to do this in the privacy of your own home, without a doctor, medications, and without spending tons of money!
– Does the Stork really work, though?
Clinical research shows that Stork OTC delivers 3.23x higher sperm concentration to the cervix compared to sex without the Stork.
The Stork has a 20% success rate – which is actually really good! It’s comparable to documented success rates of IUI, which is at 16-21%.
You can read some Stork OTC success stories here.
– Where can I purchase the Stork?
You can purchase the Stork from their website or at stores like Walgreen’s or Target. You can find it in the family planning section, next to ovulation test kits! For a complete list of retailers, click here.
Side note: Any BALANCE REWARDS MEMBERS (Walgreen’s card members) will receive 5,000 points with their purchase of Stork OTC in-store only during the months of March and April!
– Come to the Twitter party!
I’m serving as a Twitter Party Panelist on March 27th at 8pm. Feel free to join me, using the hashtag #TTCwithStorkOTC! 🙂 (You’ll have the chance to win some prizes!)
This is a sponsored conversation from Mums the Word Network and The Stork OTC. All opinions are my own.