Women can take charge of their own fertility in the privacy of home with the Conception Kit® at-home system.
It can be difficult and frustrating to deal with infertility and it is important for patients to know that there is help available. Infertility is defined as the inability to conceive after twelve months of trying and it is a disease which is affected by many different medical conditions. Males and females experience infertility rates equally even though some of the factors that affect them may be different. Additionally, women who are experiencing infertility are at greater risk as they age. All women are born with a finite number of eggs and the quality and quantity of those eggs diminish as women grow older. In fact, the National Association of Infertility encourages women who are older than age thirty-five to seek professional medical counsel after just six months of trying to conceive. This way, they can explore available treatment options and obtain the help they need to overcome infertility.
In addition to age, there are many other factors that can affect female infertility. These may include:
- Ovulation Disorders: Fertility is affected when hormonal changes within a woman are not synchronized properly. Approximately 30% of female infertility issues are caused by ovulation disorders.
- Tilted Cervix: In some women, the cervical canal is tilted slightly which makes it difficult for sperm to enter the cervix to fertilize an egg.
- Acidic Vaginal pH Environment: Sperm can only survive in very specific conditions. When a woman has an acidic vaginal pH, sperm may not survive long enough to penetrate the cervix and fertilize the egg.
- Lifestyle Choices: The use of alcohol, cigarettes, or drugs like marijuana can significantly reduce fertility and cause harm to a potential embryo or fetus. It is important to abstain from these substances before and during pregnancy.
The good news is that these factors can all be addressed by fertility treatments. Women who experience ovulation disorders can use an ovulation timing kit to help determine the exact day they are ovulating. They can also speak with a medical professional about available fertility medications that help stimulate and regulate ovulation. Additionally, there are methods for addressing the challenges of a tilted cervix and acidic vaginal pH environment. In fact, there is a prescription fertility treatment that was designed for just this purpose – the Conception Kit® at home system.
The Conception Kit® at-home system combines timed ovulation and cervical cap insemination to help women successfully conceive in the privacy of home. The Conception Kit® at-home system includes 24 ovulation predictors for timing the Luteinizing Hormone Surge (LHSurge) and provides medical-grade materials to protect and concentrate sperm near the cervix to optimize the opportunity of fertilization.
The Conception Kit® does not require prior medical testing or clinical analysis and is easy to use. It can be obtained by prescription from your doctor and is covered as a prescription benefit by most insurance companies. It is FDA cleared and is designed to address common infertility issues such as tilted cervix and an acidic vaginal pH environment. It can also be used in combination with fertility medications to optimize the chances of conceiving during each monthly cycle.
Women can learn more about the ConceptionKit® at-home system by speaking with their doctor. It is an affordable and convenient way for women to take charge of their own fertility in the privacy of home.
About Conceivex, Inc.
The mission of Conceivex, Inc. is to give women and couples health care products that assist them in reaching their reproductive goals. Currently, one in six women is looking for help becoming pregnant. This is why Conceivex manufactures and distributes the Conception Kit® at-home system, a safe, effective, and reasonably priced method to help women and couples overcome infertility in the privacy of their own home. The Conception Kit® at-home system is FDA cleared and easy to use.