FDA Reviewing New Conception Device
A new fertility aid called the "Instead Cup" is currently under review by the FDA. The device is used to keep sperm close to the cervix and to maximize the potential for pregnancy. After sex, the cup is inserted by the woman to aid the sperm in penetrating the cervical mucus. Sperm must travel into the cervix for pregnancy to occur. The cup holds semen in place to ensure maximum penetration possible.
These cups are already being sold by distributors nationwide. Each cup is less than a dollar a piece, and can only be used once. This form of conception aid may be useful for women in the early stages of attempting pregnancy. If these natural and aided forms of fertility do not succeed, a fertility doctor may be able to help diagnose fertility issues and provide the correct treatment options.
Posted by Tala on 8/24/2009 6:31:07 PM
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