This is a sponsored conversation from Mums the Word Network and The Stork OTC. All opinions are my own.
As a young girl I dreamed of living in a house full of love and children. As a teen I’d imagine how many children I’d have. Most frequently it was four, but on occasions it was as many as six. I’d sit and draw out floorplans of my dreamhouse on looseleaf paper, allowing for huge kitchens and tons of bedrooms and bathrooms. Surely it was only a matter of time until my dreams came to fruition.
I married in 1986. I fully expected to be have a child or be pregnant by 1987. When that didn’t happen I thought we just needed a bit more time. So time is what we gave it. We tried and tried and tried. I read old wives tales, articles and books, all about getting pregnant. After three years I started to grow skeptical. At five years I became convinced there was something wrong. We had no health insurance at the time, so consulting a physician for testing and diagnosis wasn’t possible. There weren’t any over the counter products to help with the situation.
As we passed the seven year mark I had landed in a job and would be getting insurance. In the eighth year we finally had insurance in place and started discussing getting testing done to see what the problem was. It was a total shock to learn, towards the end of the ninth year, that I was pregnant. I gave birth to my oldest son TJ in 1995.
Since it was then obvious that we could conceive I figured that there was still time for us to have a decent sized family, maybe four kids. It took another three years to get pregnant with my second child CJ, who I gave birth to in 1999. We had our plate full for a while, as CJ was born with special needs. That didn’t stop me from wanting more kids. Mother nature did. In 2005, following months of pain, testing and medical treatment, I underwent a total hysterectomy. A TAH/BSO is the short name. Basically, everyone out of the pool. My dreams of a large family were shattered. I was saddened, but did I feel then as I do now, that I am very fortunate to have two beautiful boys.
I still to this day feel a little twinge in my heart when I see babies. I know my surgery needed to be done for medical reasons but I still feel angry that I was left unable to have more children, when there were fewer things in the world that I wanted. I wish there had been more that we could do during all of those years we were unsuccessful in our attempts. Perhaps if The Stork OTC had been available back then things would be different for us.
The Stork OTC is a drug-free option in the next step towards conception. Trying to get pregnant is an intimate and personal matter. As such, challenges to getting pregnant deserve an intimate and personal solution whenever that is possible. The Stork OTC is a natural, drug-free solution that requires no doctor’s appointments, prescriptions or drugs. This revolutionary home conception device lets you take control of your things first-hand in order to help you get pregnant. Couples trying to conceive will appreciate knowing that The Stork OTC has been cleared by the FDA to help with common fertility difficulties such as diminished sperm count, sperm motility issues, unfavorable vaginal environment and even unexplained infertility. All without the need for shots, scans, prescriptions or procedures.
Any woman working with doctor’s to conceive can tell you how expensive it can be. IUI averages $865/cycle; IVF averages $12,400/cycle. The Stork OTC is only $79.99 if purchasing as a single unit. That is a drastic cost savings!
A potentially life-changing product like The Stork OTC might sound like it’s hard to get. It’s not. The Stork OTC is easily available to consumers like you and I right over-the-counter, without a need for a prescription. Where? Here’s the top two places.
- Purchase from the Stork OTC online store at any time. Right now there’s a special offer where you can save 25% on Single Device at the Stork OTC Store through the end of July! https://store.storkotc.com/collections/all
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I think it’s great that there is a product available for couples trying to conceive that can be purchased over the counter. It makes a lot of sense to try an at-home method that doesn’t even require a prescription, especially if it means not having to worry about how to pay for costly, invasive procedures. The Stork OTC puts consumers in control; they can use it to optimize their chances to conceive this month or any month without having to make appointments with a doctor.
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