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In Grandma's Day:
a history of cervical cap use in the 50's and 60's. 

Conception caps were called cervical caps in grandma's day.  In the 1950's and 1960's if a couple was having trouble conceiving, grandma and grandpa went to the doctor's office, where grandpa had to give an embarrassing sperm sample.  The doctor would then place a heavy metal cap containing the semen over grandma's cervix.  She would then lie with her hips elevated for about four to six hours in the doctor's office.  About 30% of the women who used the metal cap process became pregnant.
This practice became institutionalized to the point where insemination by cervical cap became part of the Code of Federal Regulations of the United States.  However, taking the time to be in a doctor's office for six hours was not convenient for the doctor or the patient. 
The Conception Kit's Conception Cap has taken the methodology of the 1950's and 1960's and married it with today's technology.  Now you can use the Conception Kit's soft, flexible Conception Cap in your own home.  And you can even move around normally, no more laying still and unable to move for hours on end!

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