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Patients can use the Conception Kit® at-home system to optimize their chances of getting pregnant while taking fertility medications.

When it comes to addressing infertility, women are often eager to seek help and find ways to maximize their ability to conceive. There are many different early approaches women can take to improving their ability to get pregnant. Experts such as the Association of Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) and the Center for Disease Control (CDC) encourage women to adopt healthy lifestyle habits and find ways to minimize negative environmental factors such as stress. Additionally, women can speak with their doctor about the benefits of fertility medications which may increase their ability to conceive depending on the infertility factors that affect them. For those who choose to go this route, there is also a prescription fertility treatment known as the Conception Kit® at-home system that can be used to increase the effectiveness of fertility medications. By using the Conception Kit® in combination with fertility medications, women can increase their chances of getting pregnant and make the most of each medication cycle.

After consulting with their medical professional, women may decide fertility medications are the next best step to take. There are a variety of fertility medications listed by the CDC which:

  • Clomiphene citrate (also known as Clomid® or Serophene®) – This medicine acts on the pituitary gland to stimulate ovulation.
  • Human menopausal gonadotropin or hMG (also known as Repronex® or Pergonal®) – This medicine is injected and acts directly on the ovaries to stimulate ovulation.
  • Follicle-stimulating hormone or FSH (also known as Gonal-F®, Follistim®) – This medicine also works on the ovaries to stimulate ovulation.

These are just a sampling of some of the common fertility medications available. In many cases, the medicines are designed to stimulate or regulate ovulation. When this occurs, it is important to optimize the conditions for every available sperm to reach the egg. Couples can increase their chances of fertilization by using the Conception Kit® at-home system while they are on any of these medications.

If you are currently using one or are interested in using any kind of fertility medication and want to maximize your chances of getting pregnant during each medication cycle, you should speak with your doctor about the Conception Kit® at-home system. The key to this process is the Conception Cap® which shields fragile sperm cells from the vaginal environment so they can survive longer. The Conception Cap® also places sperm in direct contact with the cervix for four to six hours so they have a better chance of reaching and fertilizing the egg.

Thanks to the Conception Cap®, the Conception Kit® at-home system is the perfect addition to fertility medications. The combination ensures that all available sperm are concentrated at the cervical opening at the same time that egg production is being maximized during each prescribed fertility medication cycle. Because the Conception Kit® at-home system contains only medical devices and not drugs, patients do not need to be concerned about combining it with fertility medications. Patients are encouraged to let their doctor know if they plan to use the Conception Kit® so the doctor can offer additional advice.

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.

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