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Did you know that 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. And that 1 in 6 couples are unable to conceive after 12 months of trying. That is so hard to imagine, isn’t it? My husband and I were one of those couples. We started trying to conceive when I was 21. After many years, we just stopped trying and thought that it would happen when it happens. At one point, I thought it may never happen. But finally, when I was 28, it happened. Back then, I wish there had been some help that I could have gotten that wasn’t so expensive. And now that help is available with The Stork OTC.
If I had known about The Stork OTC, maybe we would not have had to wait so long. The Stork OTC uses an established and effective conception technique—cervical cap insemination—which helps with many common fertility difficulties. Consumers will finally have an easy, drug-free, economical conception aid they can use at home, all available without a prescription. Before trying more costly options, The Stork OTC is a sensible first step. The Stork OTC is delivering hope to millions of Americans struggling to conceive. It is the only conception assistance device cleared by the FDA for over-the-counter sales to consumers, without a prescription. The Stork OTC puts you, the consumer in control. You can use it to optimize your chances to conceive. And the best part is that it is now available online and in CVS/pharmacy stores.
I know so many people that have had problems conceiving. My aunt did not have her first child until she was 32. She tried for 10 years and she finally was able to conceive. If The Stork OTC was available back when my aunt was trying to conceive, she would not have had to waste all of the years to start her wonderful family.
If you or someone you love is having a hard time trying to conceive, visit the The Stork OTC for more information, including how it works and links to where you can purchase it. You can also connect with The Stork OTC on and Twitter.