The Difficult Path to Motherhood – Made Easier

This post is brought to you by The Stork OTC and The Motherhood. All opinions are my own.

My path to motherhood was….. Difficult. I’ve always wanted to tell the full story of that here on the blog, but haven’t done so yet. But, early May, watch for a series of posts, as we head to Mother’s Day, and my almost 5th year of being a mom. Until then, let’s talk about how difficult it can sometimes be to become a mother.

Becoming a mom - overcoming challenges

I never planned to have kids

{Again, long story, coming soon….} But even so, with every precaution, I ended up suffering through 3 miscarriages in less than 2 years. It was heartbreaking. Even more so, because while I was trying to not get pregnant, I had three very best friends who were all suffering through infertility problems.

  • Friend 1: Spent thousands of dollars to go through infertility treatments with her doctor. They never did find any specific reasons why she couldn’t get pregnant. Finally was able to get pregnant. Had an amazing little boy.
  • Friend 2: Didn’t do infertility treatments. Doctor couldn’t find an exact cause for her either. She ended up having a little boy at almost the same time as mutual friend number 1. All three of us were pregnant at the same time, but mine didn’t make it. Even so, I was heartbreakingly happy for them both <3
  • Friend 3: Went through fertility treatment for years. No luck. Tried to adopt, and had two adoptions that fell through. I can’t even imagine. Then, after… Well, not giving up exactly? But just letting go for a bit, they amazingly were blessed with a baby girl. And, now 3 years later, They’re naturally having another baby!

Becoming a mother

So, becoming a mother isn’t easy. We all have different paths to get there. And if you’re struggling, or just ready to have a baby right away – there’s a really cool new option I want to tell you about. It’s a new over the counter {OTC} option called The Stork OTC, available in most retail stores. {Click that link to see where you can find it locally.}

The Stork OTC is delivering hope to millions of Americans struggling to conceive a child.

This is seriously a great first option, before spending a ton of money on fertility tests, treatments, etc. It’s an innovative, home-use device that helps you become pregnant. Whether you’re just starting on your journey to parenthood or have been trying for longer, The Stork OTC can optimize your chances of conceiving. This NEW treatment option is FDA-cleared for home-use without a prescription. The Stork OTC offers a relaxed and private way of conceiving in your own home using new technology based on cervical cap insemination.

It’s a way more affordable option than starting with fertility treatments, and is much more personal since you do it in the comfort of your own home. And, for more info, I’ve included a bunch of helpful links at the end of this post so you can do more research on your own. Because I know before I do anything to do with my own health, I google the heck out of it. :)

The Stork OTC

This is what the packaging looks for if you’re shopping for The Stork OTC – and here are their social media links if you’d like to follow them for tips and updates:

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And be sure to check out my post about a great book – An Inpatient Woman’s Guide to Getting Pregnant.

More info:

1) ”Therapeutic donor insemination: A prospective randomized trial of fresh versus frozen sperm.” Leslee L. Subak, MD, G. David Adamson, MD, Nancy L. Boltz, RNC. American Journal of Obstetrics & Gynecology, Volume 166, Issue 6, Part 1, June 1992.http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/1615966/
2) ”The cervical cap for home artificial insemination.” Corson SL, Batzer FR, Otis C, Fee, D. Journal of Reproductive Medicine, May 1986; 31(5)349-52.  http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/m/pubmed/3746786/
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