It may sound simple to get pregnant, but there are still many questions about infertility. Survey of 500 people was conducted by The Stork Ib2C, Inc. to uncover the most common misconceptions about conception.

Nearly 56 percent of respondents thought it would take three to six months to get a positive pregnancy test. Most people will need to conceive for at least a year. It is not always possible to control fertility. This can lead early disappointments and stress that can adversely impact fertility and the conception process.

Another psychological effect of fertility issues was revealed by the survey. 38 percent felt sad or upset that other women were pregnant, while they weren’t.

While family and friends are supportive of the couple’s success it can cause the same percent to feel uneasy pressure when they are unable to share the good news with their loved ones.

Three-quarters of respondents were worried about the financial implications of fertility treatments. They were particularly concerned when they were trying to save money for a baby. While the costs of fertility treatments are variable, they do not all fall under the purview of health insurance. Some procedures can cost well over $10,000.

More than 52 per cent believed multiple births are the main risk in in vitro fertilization. Another 67 per cent said they wouldn’t consider the most invasive fertility treatment. Surprisingly, many did not recognize the risks associated with ovulation-stimulating hormones. A higher success rate doesn’t necessarily mean a higher price for clinical procedures, which is only 13% of those who cited it as a risk.

Intrauterine Insemination costs an average of $500. However, it yields only a 16-21% rate of success. This is similar to the 20% of cervical cap insemination which the Stork OTC offers. It also comes at a considerably lower price.

Stork OTC home contraception device is a low cost option that gives couples the chance to improve their chances of having a baby. This FDA-approved, over-the counter device allows for a higher sperm count at the cervix than natural intercourse. Visit for more information.