First, the couple identifies the best day to conceive, using the LH surge ovulation predictors provided with the Conception Kit. The day after the LH surge is the best day to become pregnant.
The couple should have intercourse normally using the non-latex semen collector and sperm-friendly intimate moisturizer.
The semen is then immediately squeezed from the semen collector into the Conception Cap.
The Conception Cap is placed over the cervix for six to eight hours, or overnight.
At the end of the monthly cycle it is time to use the pregnancy test kit to determine if she was successful.
The Conception Journal is provided to give instructions and helpful hints on what a couple can do to enhance their chances of conception. The Conception Journal includes a chart that when completed will become a detailed record of your cycle. The chart can be useful tool to your doctor if you need further assistance later on.
The Conception Wheel will help in timing conception and planning a pregnancy.
The Health Care Provider Note is designed to let the patients’ medical provider know that they are trying to conceive. It is also a way to let you, the health care provider, know this in case she is currently taking medications which might diminish her chances of becoming pregnant.
The Conception Kit should be used for six months (two kits).
The normal number of attempts required to conceive will vary from couple to couple. If your patient has not become pregnant after using the Conception Kit for six months, they are instructed to consult you as their medical provider. Make sure to have them bring their Conception Journal to the medical appointment. Their personal chart in the Journal will be invaluable to you should your patient need to seek your further medical assistance.