Taking Control With The Stork

This is a sponsored post through The Motherhood. I am very happy to be spreading the words about The Stork. Opinions and words are my own and do not reflect the views of The Stork or The Motherhood.

Oh hello, it’s been awhile friends. Life has been racing by this August. After I got home from BlogHer, I set off again for a trip with my husband to DC and then onto Cancun to celebrate his fortieth birthday. It was lovely.

However, since then it feels as if we have been living under our own personal rainstorm. I swear that if I glance up quickly I can just catch site of the little storm cloud hovering above my head. Real physical things have been going wrong: broken toilet, broken car, broken body but I think it’s my spirit that is really broken lately. My sister got some bad fertility news while we were in Mexico and I can’t stop thinking about her.
Broken Heart

Seeing her sad face on my layover in Dallas brought all those memories of my own infertility back. The disappointment in the one line each month. The hopelessness of not knowing when things would happen. The helplessness of having no control. And we were relatively lucky in our journey. We hit it out of the park on our first try at IUI, conceiving the terror twins. I can’t imagine going through more time and expense than we did.

That’s why I was thrilled that I was asked to join a group that was given access to The Stork’s founder.
What is The Stork?

The Stork was designed as a natural, cost-effective option to help couples bridge the gap between unassisted conception and medical treatments. It is cost effective and can be used in the privacy of your home. In this day and age when 1 in 6 couples in the U.S. are known to experience fertility issues, it’s fairly surprising that this is the first aid of its kind! Basically, it works like a reverse condom. Semen is collected into a cervical cap, and then the cap is placed at the outside of the cervix as an aid to conception.

Because of the low price on The Stork (around $79), many physicians are recommending that couples do this process three times/month during a women’s optimal ovulation cycle. It’s a great place to start before jumping to an IUI at the doctor’s. IntraCervical Insemination (ICI) has about a 10-20% success rate, which is around the same as IntraUterine Insemination (IUI).

Here is a handy dandy illustrated guide…
TheStork PriceChart

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