- Product Dimensions: 9.4 x 6 x 25.4 cm
- Shipping Weight: 222 g
- Manufacturer reference: 1009-003
- ASIN: B00HWFQXAC
- Date first available at Amazon.ca: Jan. 16 2014
- Average Customer Review: 5 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #19,930 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
The Stork At-Home Conception Aid
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- Use the clinically proven approach of cervical cap insemination with up to a 20% success rate to help with becoming pregnant
- The Stork is an affordable option compared to costly, in-clinic treatments.
- Each Stork kit contains a condom-like sheath with a cervical cap, a unique applicator (for ease in collection and placement) and Instructions for Use
- The Stork is an innovative device that helps you with getting pregnant in the privacy and comfort of home
- New clinical study results demonstrate The Stork delivers 3x’s more sperm to the cervix compared to natural intercourse. "Postcoital Sperm Assessment Comparative Study. Michael. J. Pelekanos, MD. Surgical Technology International, XXVII, November 2015"
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*The Stork® is an innovative, home conception aid to help you become pregnant using cervical cap insemination, an established conception technique, around the time of ovulation in the privacy of your home. *The Stork® incorporates familiar elements with the condom-like collection and tampon-like delivery and removal, so you can use it at home, in private before having to try more aggressive treatments (or after having already tried them) and without the same loss of intimacy. *A lot of materials in everyday products (latex, lubricants, soaps) are destructive to sperm, our HSSA (Human Sperm Bio-Assay) tested cervical cap will not harm sperm during their journey. *SINGLE USE, DRUG FREE AND LATEX FREE PRODUCT. *The Stork Conception Aid Single Use Kit Includes: Applicator – Conceptacle® - Instruction for Use Leaflet. *Uses: While The Stork® is designed for use without a Healthcare Provider, one may be consulted if desired. People that have known fertility issues should consult their Healthcare Provider to determine if The Stork® is appropriate for use. *Please read all instructions prior to using The Stork®. *The Stork® contains a cervical cap inside a condom-like sheath. It is used to collect sperm into a cervical cap, then deliver it to the outside of the cervix, as an aid to conception. *The Stork® Cervical Cap should not be left in place for longer than 6 hours.
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Top Customer Reviews
Please please please don't waste your money on this product. The advertisements made it seem like some high-tech alternative to "expensive fertility treatments". What a bunch of baloney.
First of all, it is a single use product (and costs over $100). I don't know about you, but I'm trying to get pregnant, which means having semen in me more than once a cycle. In fact, we ensure that the deed is done about 4 to 5 times per ovulation. If I was to use this product each time to (supposedly) increase my chances of conceiving, it would be at a cost of over $500, MUCH more than the cost of an IUI, which at least has some scientific evidence to back its use.
Let me give you a tip, and save you a ton of money, whether you are inseminating or having intercourse. Buy a six pack of Instead Softcups. They are the exact same principle as this gadget, but only cost about $4. Sure, they don't have the fancy (kind of frightening, clicking) applicator, but I'll gladly get a couple of fingers up there if it saves me a hundred bucks (or five hundred, really, by the end of a cycle).
So pissed at myself for falling for slick ads. Goes to show that for every person who wants a baby, there is another one waiting to exploit their desire.
There is absolutely no reason this should cost 100$. Not even the 75$ price it's been advertised as. Seriously, it isn't. Why would you throw away 100$ again and again on this thing when you're already paying for fertility treatments?
You can do the same thing by getting a cervical cap fitted to you, or, even cheaper still, using instead cups. The only difference is how it's inserted. I'll take sticking my fingers up there for 4$ over using a 100$ glorified stick any day.
This is just another tool exploiting people at their most vulnerable who desperate to be parents, and that's just not okay.