Less expensive, less invasive infertility option: The Conception Kit

If you have been following me for some time, you might remember my articles on Mommy’s Links talking about my trials and tribulations with pregnancy loss and infertility.  If you have only been following me on Massapequa Family, you may not know that three of my four children were conceived via some sort of fertility treatments.  In the years that have followed, I have met so many other women and couples struggling to have a healthy baby, and is has become a topic that I hold close to my heart.

I used to be amazed that with my losses and struggles, I became a statistic.  I often wondered why so many of my friends and other women in my generation were making the statistics grow.  Truth is, there are more couples having difficulty conceiving these days than ever before due to environmental reasons. Many are having difficulty understanding their options and need help to be educated.

Here are some Fast Facts about Infertility:

  • The National Women’s Health Resource Center reports that even couples ages 29-33 with a normal functioning reproductive system have just a 20-25% chance of conceiving during each month.
  • According to the 2006-2010 National Survey of Family Growth performed by the Center for Disease Control (CDC), one in eight couples in the United States have a difficult time getting pregnant or sustaining a pregnancy.

For most of us, becoming parents is possible (sometimes with a little help).  I am a strong believer that one of the first things a woman and her partner need to do is become more educated about her own body.  I cannot stress how important it is to become more proactive in your reproductive health.  And once you have become more aware of your own body and what may be going on inside it, you can then move forward with addressing some of the common male and female conception issues.

Trust me, fertility treatments are not easy, for either the woman or the man.  They are expensive, intrusive, scary and frustrating.  I wanted to share a new alternative that may be able to eliminate that.  The Conception Kit® at-home system is an FDA-cleared reproductive healthcare system that uses timed ovulation and cervical cap insemination done in the privacy of your own home! The kit does require a doctor prescription and it is covered by most insurance plans!



The Conception Kit®

  • The comprehensive three-month program contains everything needed to enhance the opportunity for conception.  It is a simpler conception treatment with life changing results
  • Compared to the high cost of infertility treatments, the Conception Kit® at-home system offers a convenient and private at-home treatment program without the added stress of incurring long-term financial obligations.
    • According to the National Infertility Association, the average cost of an in vitro fertilization (IVF) cycle in the United States is $12,400.
    • The average cost of intrauterine insemination (IUI) is $864 and can be as high as $2400 in some locations.
    • In contrast, the Conception Kit® at-home system is available through insurance benefits for a $25 – $50 copay at the pharmacy and without insurance for just $350.

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Talk to a registered on staff nurses 24/7 by dialing toll-free (855) 910-9222 to discuss if The Conception Kit may be right for you.


Disclaimer: Although this post is sponsored, I have researched The Conception Kit and found that after 14 years of researching and living through infertility, this kit offers couples a less expensive, less invasive form of treatment that I recommend all couples try if they are struggling with infertility.  All opinions are my own.


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