Take a shortcut on
the path to conception.
The Stork® OTC Home Conception Device.
The Stork OTC is a uniquely designed innovative device you use at home, during ovulation, to assist your chances of becoming pregnant. Our FDA–cleared, over-the-counter device uses cervical cap insemination. This smart technique enables the sperm to quickly bypass the vaginal tract and places the sperm as close as possible to the opening of the cervix, right where it needs to be to swim up through.
A recently published clinical study demonstrated that in 85% of subjects, The Stork OTC delivered 3.23 times the sperm score value within cervical mucus compared to natural intercourse and … presents a greater concentration of sperm to targeted cervical mucus than natural intercourse.1
No Shots. No Scans.
No Prescriptions. No Procedures.
Because trying to get pregnant is challenging enough.
Up to 20% of women who use cervical cap insemination, the technique of the Stork OTC, get pregnant. Comparable to IUI with recorded success rates between 16-21%.2
Meet our latest
Stork® OTC family.
Lauren and Nick were trying to conceive for 2 years before discovering the Stork OTC at their local pharmacy. After using The Stork OTC during a cycle, they discovered they were PREGNANT!
Their beautiful twin girls were born in late 2015, and are about to celebrate their first birthday!
“I just wanted to thank you, after 18 months of infertility we used your product & will now be expecting our second child! It saved us from taking infertility treatment which would have been our next step. Good job making a great product :)”
“We got pregnant. My wife and I lost our first baby due to complications after 9 months of trying. After a second try and 6 months we tried the stork and she got pregnant. … The stork itself was pretty neat. It worked no problem for us… People complain about it being a single use product. I’m sure the company has to make it single use for safety and sterilization reasons. The $80 per use is still cheaper than a fertility clinic. Which we were going to this morning after a 2-month wait, but then we took a last minute test and found out we were pregnant…”
“My husband and I have been trying to conceive for nearly two years. He has a low sperm count which has contributed to the problem. This month we used The Stork along with Premama Fertility Drink and FertiliTea and at 11 DPO we have tested positive… I recommend The Stork. I don’t think I’d have that HPT Positive without it.”
“After a successful IUI cycle, I conceived our first daughter. When we were ready to try for our second child, I was devastated to find out that my insurance no longer covered infertility treatments. My husband did a lot of research and found The Stork. We ordered three of them and tracked my ovulation. After using The Stork on my three most fertile days, we were thrilled to find out we were pregnant! I will forever be grateful for this product, and I would recommend it to anyone trying to conceive”
“I bought this because the fertility tracking app Ovia suggested it and I was all out of ideas after trying to get pregnant after almost a year. I was skeptical because nothing worked before. But this product in conjunction with perfect timing using my Ovia app I used it and ended up pregnant! I bought and used two just to be sure! And it worked!!!”
Trying to get pregnant is an intimate matter. Another reason we designed our device to be used at home.
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Take control of your journey with the Stork OTC.
A drug-free option in the next step towards conception.
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