The Stork is an innovative, home-use device that helps with becoming pregnant. Whether you are just starting on your journey to parenthood or have been trying for longer, let The Stork optimize your chances of conceiving. This NEW treatment option is FDA-cleared for home-use without a prescription.
The Stork Conception Aid gives couples a way to use cervical cap insemination — an established conception technique — in the privacy of home. The Stork incorporates familiar elements with the condom-like sheath for collection and tampon-like delivery and removal of the cap, 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.
The Stork lets you take charge of your family planning, and act as a team while you do it. FDA-cleared applications for The Stork include common fertility difficulties attributed to both men and women, including:
- Low Sperm Count
- Motility Issues
- Unfavorable Vaginal Environment (pH imbalance)
- Unexplained Infertility
The Stork uses a “condom-like sheath” to collect the sperm and a “tampon-like” applicator to deliver the semen close to the cervical opening. No matter where you are in your journey to parenthood let The Stork conception aid help you to conceive. Common fertility difficulties The Stork is designed to help with include: Low sperm count, sperm motility issues, unfavorable vaginal environment, and ovulation timing.
The kit includes a cervical cap (inside a condom-like silicone sheath) and a tampon-like applicator.
The Conceptacle®: The Conceptacle is used to collect and contain the semen during intercourse. The Conceptacle consists of a cervical cap that is inside of a condom-like sheath made out of silicone. Once the semen is collected, the condom-like sheath of the Conceptacle is rolled down and off the cervical cap that is inside at the bottom of the Conceptacle, much like rolling a condom off.
The Applicator: The applicator allows for delivery of the cervical cap containing the semen to the cervix. Once the semen has been collected, the cervical cap is placed onto the applicator that cradles the cap, closing it so it is easier to slide into place. The applicator is then used to insert the cap into the vagina and up to the opening of the cervix. The cervical cap is left next the cervix for 4-6 hours and then removed using a tampon like pull chord. The cervical cap keeps the semen as close to the cervix as possible to allow sperm to swim up to the egg. Just like a tampon, you can carry on with day to day living normally whilst the cervical cap is in place.
Full instructions for proper use of The Stork may be found in the package.