Difficulty Conceiving? Read This!

“This is a sponsored conversation from Mums the Word Network and The Stork OTC. All opinions are my own.”


Infertility and difficulty in conceiving can be heartbreaking. I have traveled this journey with both family and friends, and it is a long, hard and expensive one.

One of my best friends married her soul mate later in life and wanted a child. Unfortunately, conception was difficult and she spent time and tears on expensive doctor visits and treatments. I’m happy to say that she is now the proud mother of twins. But it was an excruciatingly painful experience to get to where she is today. My niece just gave birth (last week!) to her second child, and this was only through medical intervention and medical procedures.

Difficulty conceiving is an issue so many women face. It’s difficult to talk about and even more difficult to go through.

In the past, if you had trouble conceiving the “natural” way (or an ill-conceived attempt with a turkey baster), your only option was to start with expensive medical intervention. But now there’s another option that may help: the Stork OTC Conception Aid.

What is it? The Stork OTC is a uniquely designed innovative device you use at home, during ovulation, to The Stork OTC is a uniquely designed, innovative device you use at home, during ovulation, to assist your chances of becoming pregnant. This 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.


A recently published clinical study demonstrated that in 85% of subjects, The Stork OTC delivered 3.23 times the sperm score value within cervical mucus compared to natural intercourse and … presents a greater concentration of sperm to targeted cervical mucus than natural intercourse.

It’s less invasive and more affordable than costly medical intervention, and if you’re trying to conceive, you may want to try this before going to the next step.

Here’s Ashley’s story, who tried to conceive for three plus years:

“My husband and I have been trying to conceive for 3 years with the help of an RE, after undergoing lots of treatments and tests we fell into the “unexplained” category along with a low sperm morphology count. National Infertility Awareness Week I reached out to review the Stork because I had been reading about it and was intrigued to see maybe if it would work for us and it is definitely more cost efficient. We were averaging $700 a month for IUI and injectable medication versus $80-90 at the store. At first I was a little overwhelmed with the instructions because they were so long and detailed, but once I fully grasped the concept we were good to go. The only downside for us was how uncomfortable the “condom sheath” was to my husband (I have read that some didn’t use it but instead just put the sperm inside of the cup afterwards). On ovulation night we used the 1st stork with the condom sheath and I kept in for about 5 hours, might I add there was no discomfort at all. The next night we used the 2nd stork, this time hubby just put his sperm in the cup and I left it in for about 4 hours. Afterwards, we said our prayers and hoped this might work for us. On 10 DPO we received a super duper faint positive and I almost thought I was just seeing stuff. The next morning, I tested again and saw a faint line and took a digital which said “YES” best word I could have ever seen. I am without a doubt certain the Stork OTC helped us in our long 3-year journey! We went to the Dr. today and saw our baby via ultrasound and just lost it for that we are both forever grateful and thankful to the Stork for
helping us in our journey!!”

So you may be wondering where to get the Stork OTC – it’s available at local pharmacies, including Walgreens. You’ll find it in the family planning section next to the ovulation test kits.


If you want to know more and speak to others who have shared difficulty in conceiving, come join our Twitter party! You’ll find us chatting about this on October 27 at 8pm EDT using the hash tag #successwithStorkOTC. It’s a serious subject, but we’re going to have fun discussing it!


To find out more about the Stork OTC, click here. And to find out where you can purchase one, click here. As always, talk to your doctor about medical issues.






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