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Conceivable launches a mobile fertility program for iOS users

Conceivable launches a mobile fertility program for iOS users

Conceivable is a novel fertility program that promises to radically improve a woman's natural ability to get and stay pregnant. To do that, the program will help women identify, understand, and address specific underlying health factors that may be limiting their natural fertility. Conceivable's service evaluates a woman's current fertility and menstrual health, which is then used to develop a personalized plan to improve the likelihood of conception naturally.

The program combines fertility science with proprietary herbal formulas and a powerful virtual health advisor and mobile application, which at the moment is available for iPhone users, only. conceivable requires no clinic and no drugs whatsoever.

The Conceivable integrated program costs $199 per month, which is approximately 1/10 the cost of IVF."There's a common misconception that fertility is black and white – you are either fertile or infertile. We approach fertility in a fundamentally different way, viewing it as a full spectrum," said Kirsten Karchmer, Conceivable founder and CEO. "Conceivable was designed to help women who are on the 'infertile' end of the spectrum move towards greater natural fertility."

Conceivable is designed for any woman who wants to become pregnant, especially those women who have struggled to get and stay pregnant without success. The program can also be used by fertile woman who want to optimize their pregnancy by getting healthy before they conceive, along with users who want to enhance the efficacy of fertility treatments they're receiving from their doctor, reproductive specialist, or acupuncturist.

The Conceivable integrated program costs $199 per month, which is approximately 1/10 the cost of IVF, and includes an individualized, adaptive plan based on a user's specific needs, along with access to a virtual health advisor and proprietary Conceivable formulas to support each individual plan.

Approximately 6.1 million couples in the U.S. are diagnosed as infertile, or 1 in every 7 couples.

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