A new FDA approved, at-home system designed to improve fertility may offer hope to women struggling through a generation’s fertility crisis. The crisis began when Generation X women (born between 1961 and 1981) delayed having children primarily because career and/or financial concerns. Despite warnings from physician and fertility experts to engage in thoughtful family planning, the crisis now extends to first-wave Millennials.
At-Home Conception Kit
But, hope springs eternal for this generation, born roughly between the early 1980s and the late 1990s. Now, just as they’ve entered their prime years for conceiving children, Conception Kit® has arrived on the scene. It’s the first and only FDA-cleared reproductive healthcare system designed for at-home use and it’s covered by most health insurance.
I’ve never struggled with infertility, but some close friends have and it’s absolutely heart-breaking! One of my dearest friend underwent years of costly fertility treatments, some invasive, and with varying degrees of success and failure. Conception Kit® was not available to her, and oh, how I wish it had been! I don’t know if it would have made a difference, but it might have — especially as an initial first step women can take prior to testing, treatments and medications.
No doubt, Conception Kit can dramatically enhance a woman’s ability to conceive, and it’s private and affordable. For a first-hand account of how the Conception Kit helped one couple conceive watch the video below. Beth and Rodney were among the 7 million Americans who struggled with fertility issues. Their is story inspired me.
The Conception Kit utilizes an at-home cervical cap in conjunction with timed intercourse. It’s designed to help couples go beyond ovulation timing and overcome common fertility problems such as low sperm count, low sperm motility, and pH imbalance. The three-month comprehensive system can be prescribed by your physician. The kit includes:
- Practice Conception Cap®
- Conception Caps®
- Latex-free Conceivex Semen Collectors
- Sperm-friendly Intimate Moisturizers
- Conceivex Ovulation Predictors
- Conceivex Pregnancy Tests
- Conception Wheel
- Instruction for Use Manual
- Medical Provider Note / Envelope
Speak With A Nurse
The Conception Kit does not offer false hope to women and there are no guarantees that if you use the kit it will work. But, I wanted to write this post and share this information because Generation X was once called The Childless Generation. This fact broke the hearts of a lot of my friends. I’m glad the Millennials have access to the Conception Kit and the hope it might offer during the difficult and sometimes disappointing child-bearing years.
Anyone interested in learning more about Conception Kit is encouraged to call the company and speak with a registered, on-staff nurse. They’re available 24/7 and you can call them for free. The number is (855) 910-9222.