Cervical Cap Insemination

The Stork uses cervical cap insemination.  A well-established technique used by healthcare professionals for decades. The Stork helps bridge the gap between natural intercourse and in-clinic, assisted treatments such as intrauterine insemination (IUI), in vitro fertilisation (IVF) or clomifene. Cervical cap insemination has a recorded success rate of around 20% (1,2) which is comparable to IUI – with recorded success rates between 16-21% (2,3). The Stork’s new and innovative technology enables people to carry out this technique simply and easily, in the privacy and comfort of their own homes.

Data References:
1) Corsono SL, Batzar FR, Otis C, Fee D. The cervical cap for home artificial insemination. J. Reprod. Med., 1986, May; 31 (5): 349-52.
2) Subak et al. Therapeutic donor insemination: a prospective randomized trial of fresh versus frozen sperm. American Journal of obstetrics and Gynocology, 1992, June; 166 (6pt1):1597-604.
3) HFEA. 2009 What is intrauterine insemination (IUI) and how does it work? www.hfea.gov.uk [accessed April 2014]