Hmmm…That’s Funny: Discovering ToConceive’s Fertility Benefits

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Throughout his career as an OB/GYN in Northern Kentucky, Ronald J. Thompson, M.D. sought to improve his patients’ lives through innovative medical care. His relentless investigations led to more than 50 patents and patent applications in the area of women’s health. These ranged from devices that make women’s post-surgical lives more comfortable, to those that improved female sexual function to …

Infertility Journeys – Mai

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At 32, Mai has been trying to conceive for two and a half years. She has been through three rounds of IUI and is considering IVF. For the first 10 years of their relationship, Mai and her husband took diligent precautions to avoid pregnancy. That all stopped when they decided they wanted a baby. Mai’s mother had conceived quickly, so …

Infertility Journeys – Ruth

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Ruth is 37 and her husband is 42. She finally became pregnant after trying for a year and a half, three rounds of Clomid, and two rounds of IUI. Growing up, Ruth wanted a big family—with at least four children. But first, she wanted to find the right partner. She did find someone she wanted to spend her life with, …

Infertility Journeys – Kim

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In 1987, as a newly-married 30-year-old with a busy corporate career, Kim began experiencing health symptoms she didn’t understand. Her face would suddenly become flushed and hot. She’d burst into tears for no apparent reason. She gained ten pounds in a few weeks without making any change to her diet. While she didn’t know what was happening, or why, she …

Infertility Journeys – Caleb and Brianna

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Caleb and Brianna, both 29, are ready to start their family, but are not finding it as easy as they expected. In middle school, Caleb and his friend both had a crush on a girl named Brianna. They made a bet, and agreed that whoever lost had to stop pursuing her. Caleb won. Now, more than a decade later, they …

National Infertility Awareness Week 2019

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This week we’re celebrating National Infertility Awareness Week along with all the couples struggling to conceive. We join with RESOLVE to bring awareness to fertility issues and offer hope, comfort and resources too couples. This year’s theme is #infertiltyuncovered and raises awareness about the significant lack of access to family building options and emotional support for millions of women and men …

How often should I use ToConceive?

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We recommend using ToConceive at least once daily for a minimum of three months (or, of course, until you become pregnant!). Gently apply the gel to the clitoris and vulva, and massage into the skin after a bath or shower every day. In addition, you can apply it prior to intercourse.

What makes ToConceive natural?

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There are two aspects to this: The ingredients, and how they work. First, ToConceive is FDA-cleared and uses only pharmaceutical grade ingredients including menthol (derived from natural plants), and l-arginine, a naturally occurring amino acid (also derived from plants). L-arginine is necessary for the production of nitric oxide; in turn, nitric oxide stimulates blood flow to the vagina. This is …

How does ToConceive help with Unexplained Infertility?

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For 75% of couples who have unexplained fertility (the woman’s eggs and the man’s sperm are both healthy, and the woman ovulates regularly), the biggest issue is insufficient vaginal lubrication. Sperm need a very specific environment to make their journey to an egg, and ToConceive helps your body create that environment naturally. The pH of vaginal fluid is typically slightly …

Does ToConceive help those with PCOS conceive?

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PCOS (polycystic ovary syndrome) is a condition caused by hormonal imbalance, and women with PCOS tend not to ovulate frequently, or at all. Ovulation—the release of a mature egg from the ovary—is necessary for conception. Unfortunately, ToConceive will not help you ovulate. ToConceive can help you have the optimum chances of conceiving when you doovulate, by creating a vaginal environment that’s …