A convenient new infertility treatment enables couples to increase their chances of conception in the comfort and privacy of their own home.
There are many new innovative products and procedures developed each year to assist women and couples with infertility. One of the most uniquely simple and effective products developed in recent years is the Conception Cap®, manufactured by Conceivex Inc. The Conception Cap® was developed by Michael La Vean and has been named the Gynecological Innovation of the Year in both France and Italy. The Conception Cap® was applauded for its advanced design and ease of use and offers an inexpensive and private way to increase the possibility of successful conception for couples. Many insurance policy’s now cover the Conception Kit® at-home system as a pharmacy benefit with a simple co-pay at the pharmacy.
How It Works
The Conception Cap® protects sperm from the vaginal environment and concentrates them directly at the cervical opening. Sperm can live inside the Conception Cap® for six hours or more. When facing low sperm count or low sperm motility, this protective environment enables every sperm cell to move closer to the egg as they swim through the cervical mucus and into the uterus. Once inside the uterus, the sperm cells move into the fallopian tube in search of the egg.
Without a Conception Cap®, the majority of sperm (90%) never even make it to the critical point of entry into the cervix. Because the vagina is acidic, only 10 percent of the sperm will survive the first ten minutes inside the vagina. For example, a normal ejaculation may contain over 60 million or more sperm but only 200 sperm are able to swim all the way to the egg. By using a Conception Cap, couples are able to concentrate all of the available semen in direct contact with the cervical opening for six hours. Allowing the majority sperm to avoid the acidic environment of the vagina which kills them.
A Proactive Approach
The Conception Kit® at-home system addresses male factor infertility by allowing the man to take a proactive approach by addressing issues of low sperm count and low sperm motility in the privacy of home. The Conception Cap® helps ensure a larger percentage of sperm are able to successfully enter the critical opening of the cervix thus enhancing the chances of successful conception.
The Conception Kit® at-home system allows couples to avoid the inconvenience and embarrassment associated with clinical testing procedures during “sample collection.” Instead, couples are able to use the Conception Cap® in the privacy and comfort of their own 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. A prescription is required to obtain the Conception Kit® at-home system. Patients can obtain the Conception Kit at-home system from the pharmacy. Many insurance policy’s now cover the Conception Kit® at-home system as a pharmacy benefit with a simple co-pay at the pharmacy.
The founder of Conceivex, Inc. is Michael La Vean. Mr. La Vean won the Gynecological Innovation of the Year Award in both France and Italy for his development of the Oves brand cervical caps. Mr. La Vean had many friends that were struggling to conceive and wanted to addresses this issue with a cervical cap designed specifically for conception. Determine to realize the full potential of his product design, Mr. La Vean laid the groundwork for Conceivex, Inc. by inventing the Conception Cap® and Conception Kit® at-home system. These two reproductive tools are designed to be used together to enhance a couples’ opportunity to conceive.
 M. Sara Rosenthall, foreword by Masood A. Khatamee, M.D., F.A.C.O.G., The Fertility Sourcebook Third Edition, Page 98.