This is a sponsored conversation from Mums the Word Network and The Stork OTC. All opinions are my own.
Who among you can relate to my story? I have a daughter who is nine years old and an only child. We have been trying to give her a sister or a brother, but it is not working as we wanted. It was not difficult to have our first child, how come it is for our next? I do not want to take any medicine or any artificial solutions to induce the success. Having a test tube baby is also not an option for us. I guess I am more fearful of trying something that is not natural. Are you like me or maybe know someone else in a similar situation?
I think I found the solution, though! Stork OTC is a helper that comes close to as natural as it can be. It is something that can be bought at Target nationwide and it is located in the family planning section next to the ovulation test kits! It is a device, actually a cervical cap, that is placed inside a condom. After the close encounter happens in the most natural way, he spills the sperm in the cap. He then takes it off carefully, making sure nothing spills out. It is then transferred to an easy to use applicator that gets the cap of sperm to the cervix. It gets the sperm as far as possible, nearest to where my egg is. It gives up to a 20% success rate (based on the clinical studies) delivering 3.23 times the sperm score compared to having intercourse without it. It’s just like hitting the target spot.
I like that. My hopes are higher that this will be help us be successful. We are so excited to see our results I also have to talk with my daughter about it to get ready her, too. As for my hubby, he’s been waiting for this opportunity not long after we had our daughter.
I have a great surprise for all of my readers, Stork OTC is offering a fantastic promotion right now so you can:
*Buy 2 Stork OTC’s at Target between July 16th and the 19th and get a $30 Target Gift Card.
*Save 25% on Single Device at the Stork OTC Store through the end of July https://store.storkotc.com/collections/all
How about you or someone you know? Check it out at Storkotc.com and maybe our kids can be friends someday. Also, please join me to upcoming Twitter party on July 20th at 8pm EST using the hashtag #TTCwithStorkOTC.