By visiting our website, you’ve got one thing in common with our other visitors – you dream of one day having children, but may be experiencing some difficulty. We’re here to help – we’ve authored this informational article to compare and contrast our product, the Life Choice Today syringe, with fertility treatments. With this information, we hope you’ll be a bit better equipped to choose among the options available to help you achieve your dream.
First of all, let’s be clear at the outset – the Life Choice Today syringe is not a fertility treatment. Fertility treatments are designed to enhance a semi- or infertile couple’s fertility enough to conceive a child. Life Choice, on the other hand, is a self insemination method designed to help fertile couples with physical difficulties try to conceive a child – before spending thousands of dollars and experiencing the pressure and stress of a medical procedure or a fertility treatment.
In general, you should use Life Choice if:
- You and your partner are fertile. Fertility is essential – if either you or your partner are infertile, you may want to focus more on fertility treatments. On the other hand, this product may be used to maximize your chances of conception in conjunction with a successful fertility treatment.
- You experience physical impediments to conception. In general, you should use Life Choice if you have any physical impediment to conception that fertility treatments will not improve. A good example of a physical impediment that the Life Choice syringe can assist with is paralysis. Our syringe works exceptionally well in conjunction with penile vibrators like Ferticare, designed to facilitate conception in victims of paralysis – our CEO uses the product, himself!
- You don’t know whether you’re fertile. Before spending thousands of dollars on stressful fertility treatments, try conceiving in the comfort and privacy of your own home. Conception shouldn’t feel like a medical experiment – Life Choice is a great way to maximize your chances of conception without resorting too soon to fertility treatment.
Do you have more questions about how Life Choice and fertility treatments compare? Any further questions in general? Ask Us.