Couples can take early steps to address male infertility issues by using the Conception Kit® at-home system.
There are many factors that can contribute to infertility from both male and female partners. Approximately 20 to 30% of couples are unable to conceive due to male factors alone and another 20-30% are unable to conceive due to a combination of male and female factors. These statistics, presented by the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) show that infertility issues are very evenly distributed among men and women. There are many ways to address these issues, and some regarding male infertility can be addressed very early on.
How Are Male Infertility Factors Determined?
The process to determine infertility factors among men begins with the collection of a semen sample and the evaluation of reproductive history by a medical professional or male reproductive specialist. The specialist will take a complete history and deliver a physical examination to determine what steps to advise next. According to ASRM, many common causes of male infertility issues include low sperm count, low sperm quality and low sperm motility. Other causes may include medication complications or physical obstructions in the reproductive tract. Many of these causes can be treated so that couples can still successfully conceive. It is commonly advised that couples approach infertility treatment one step at time beginning with the least invasive processes first.
What Early Steps Can Be Taken?
An ideal first step for couples to take is using the Conception Kit® at-home system. The Conception Kit® is designed to address many male infertility issues such as low sperm count, low sperm quality, and poor sperm motility. The Conception Kit® at-home system is a three month comprehensive program that works together to help couples conceive. The treatment is FDA-cleared and includes components to track female ovulation and cervical cap insemination with the Conception Cap®. The Conception Cap® concentrates and protects all available sperm at the cervical opening during the best time for conception to occur. This is very important when you consider that normally 90% of all sperm die in the vagina within the first 10 minutes due to the vaginal environment.
Using the Conception Kit® at-home system
To use the kit, couples start by reading the Instruction for Use Manual and recording details of their cycle in the Conception Journal. The Practice Conception Cap helps the couple learn how to place the cervical cap on the cervix. Ovulation predictors determine when the best time for conception to occur. Next the couple enjoys sex in the comfort of their own home using the Latex-Free Semen Collector and Sperm Friendly Intimate Moisturizer. Semen is collected and transferred from the semen collector to the soft and flexibly Conception Cap® which is then placed over the woman’s cervical os (opening). The Conception Cap® enables protects the sperm so they can live up to or beyond 6 hours and are concentrated around the opening of the cervix so they have the best chance of entering the uterine cavity to fertilize the egg. This way, semen with low sperm count or motility is given the optimal chance of penetrating the cervix. Lastly at the end of the woman’s cycle the pregnancy test is used to determine of conception has been achieved
The Conception Kit® at-home system can be obtained through a prescription and is now covered as a prescription benefit under many insurance policies for a $20-$50 co-pay. This makes it a convenient and affordable early choice for couples who want to take a more assertive approach to getting pregnant.
About Conceivex Inc.
The mission of Conceivex Inc. is to give women and couples health care products that assist them in reaching their reproductive goals. Currently, one in six women is looking for help becoming pregnant. This is why Conceivex manufactures and distributes the Conception Kit® at-home system, a safe, effective, and reasonably priced method to help women and couples overcome infertility in the privacy of their own home. The Conception Kit® at-home system is FDA cleared and easy to use.