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About the Conception Kit

Safety Instructions and Warnings
Read and follow the instructions in the Conception Kit before use.

Use of the Conception Kit is intended to increase the likelihood of becoming pregnant.  Pregnancy may involve serious health risks for both you and your unborn child.  Consult your doctor or health care professional for possible health risks before use of the Conception Kit.

Conception Kit components will not protect against HIV or any other sexually transmitted diseases. See diagram below for greater detail.

To avoid choking hazard, keep all Conception Kit components out of reach of children.

Conception Kit components are not intended for contraceptive use.  The safety and the effectiveness of the Conception Kit's Cervical Cap for contraception have not been established.

Do not reuse any Conception Kit component.

Only use the non-latex semen collectors provided in the Conception Kit.  Do not use condoms.  Condoms may contain latex or spermicide which could kill sperm and impede your opportunity to conceive.

Remove the Conception Cap after 4 to 6 hours or after use overnight.  Failure to remove the Conception Cap could result in blocked menstrual flow or infection.

To avoid cervical irritation or infection do not share or reuse the Conception Cap.  Infection may endanger future fertility.

Washing the Conception Cap with soap or water can prevent pregnancy.

Only use the sperm-friendly intimate moisturizer sample provided in the Conception Kit.  Other moisturizers may contain spermicide which could kill sperm and impede your opportunity to conceive.

DiagramUsing the non-latex semen collector included in each monthly kit will not protect you from HIV and Sexually Transmitted diseases (STD's).

The purpose of the special semen collector in the kit is to collect the semen.  The semen is then transferred to the Conception Cap, which is then placed over the cervix.  By placing infected semen over the cervix you are increasing your chances of contracting a sexually transmitted disease (STD) or HIV.
At the cervical transformation zone, (the part of the cervix that feels like the very tip of your nose) there are CD4-like receptors.  Putting CD4-like receptors in contact with HIV dramatically increases your risk of contracting HIV.  Do not use semen from a partner that has HIV or an STD. 

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