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If you have any questions regarding fertility issues, please contact your physician.
The device is not to be used by those for whom it is medically unsafe to engage in sexual intercourse or to become pregnant.
The product is packaged in a medical clean room. To avoid contamination, customers are advised not to open or handle the device until they are ready to use it. The product is non-sterile.
There are no publications that discuss whether cap usage can cause TSS (toxic shock syndrome). The Instructions for Use instruct the user to remove the cap four to six hours after insertion to reduce the risk of TSS. The risk of Toxic Shock Syndrome (TSS) exists for products like tampons and other vaginal devices. TSS [...]
No, The Stork does not protect against HIV or STD’s. Do not use semen from a partner who has HIV or other sexually transmitted diseases. To avoid HIV or STD’s DO NOT share The Stork.
The cap was designed for both women who have delivered before and women who have not. The cap was designed to accommodate both, and since the cervix sizes of both are very similar, the cap will fit both.
If partners wish to use an intimate moisturizer, make sure to use a sperm-friendly one. Most intimate moisturizers are harmful to sperm. Products such as Pre-Seed™ lubricant do not cause harm to sperm.
Use only the Conceptacle (the condom-like sheath with the cervical cap inside) provided in the Stork packaging. Other condoms may contain latex or spermicide which could kill sperm and impede your conception chances.
No, each device is designed for single-use only. None of The Stork parts should be reused or shared. Reuse of the device may result in an infection, which may endanger future fertility.