Stork OTC a drug-free option for conception

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As some of you may know already, the beginning of this year I have broken my silence and shared our infertility struggles. My husband and I have been together for quite some time now, and we do wish to grow our family soon. From there I have received numerous response from everyone. The support, wishes, prayers as well as questions … all of it are very heartwarming.

While I am not in any way an expert on the topic, I have my fair share of experience. So for those of you who are asking about other ways to conceive before resorting to IUI or IVF, I would like to take this opportunity to introduce the Stork OTC. It’s an FDA cleared medical device that delivers 3x of sperm to the cervix compared to natural intercourse. Here’s a closer look at the Stork OTC device.

The Stork OTC

storkotc, Stork OTC

While there are other ❝ Fertility Treatment Options ❞ in the market, I have not come across a drug-free option aside from the Stork OTC. It may look intimidating to look at, but I can guarantee that it isn’t as daunting as it may seem. Surprisingly, this single-use device is quite easy to operate. I’m sure a lot of you have burning questions to be answered, most of which had already been addressed on their website www.storkotc.com/faqs – if you have other concerns and believe that my first-hand experience can help, you are more than welcome to message me directly.

Take a step forward towards growing your family with Stork. It retails for $79.99 – available for purchase without a prescription and is available at Walgreen’s and CVS. When looking for the device, check the family planning section which is right next to ovulation test kits. I went to our local CVS at Route 541, Burlington, NJ 08016.

CVS Pharmacy

CVS Pharmacy, Stork OTC

If you would like to know what other women think of the Stork OTC or simply want to learn more about infertility and more, join us on an upcoming Twitter party on January 26 at 8 pm EST and participate with the hashtag #2017StorkOTCjourney

11 Responses
  • 9buckcrossing
    January 20, 2017

    What a great and affordable alternative. Many forget of the great options we have accessible to us locally. Thanks for sharing!

  • Author Brandi Kennedy
    January 20, 2017

    I had no idea this was a thing! I had a friend several years ago who struggled terribly with infertility issues with her husband, and I ached for her, watching her heart break all over again every month. Devices like this could make a huge difference for couples everywhere – but surely you know that.

  • mira pstr
    January 21, 2017

    interesting , thank you ,this article could be helpful for lot of person .

  • jill conyers
    January 21, 2017

    There are so many options available for people trying to conceive. I love that this is drug free.

  • Claudette
    January 21, 2017

    I wish you all the best along this journey. So happy for you that you found something that just might help. Namaste.

  • Sarah-Louise Bailey
    January 21, 2017

    Thanks for the info and introducing it to us. Glad I came across your post and have known this product, a much cheaper alternative.

  • Fatima
    January 22, 2017

    I’ve never heard about this, but I’m glad there are more than one option for couples seeking other alternatives

  • Angela Zimsky
    January 22, 2017

    Wow, I didn’t even know this existed. I think that its great!

  • Amber Myers
    January 22, 2017

    This looks like it would come in handy if you want to have a baby. CVS has great products.

  • Krysten
    January 22, 2017

    I’ve never heard of Stork before but it looks like a great alternative to so many other things you can do when you are TTC. You are brave for letting people know about your struggles.

  • Rosey
    January 22, 2017

    The OTC option is nice. Some things people do want to try in the privacy of their own home, if it is available to do so.

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