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The Stork® Home Conception Kit £69.99 @ Superdrug

£69.99 @ Superdrug
This is usually £99 which is a little pricey for something with mixed reviews but at this price it's worth giving a go specially if you have been trying for a while. Free delivery
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This is usually £99 which is a little pricey for something with mixed reviews but at this price it's worth giving a go specially if you have been trying for a while.

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1 Like #1
Interesting comments at the ready.........
1 Like #2
Cold. Single use.
#3
Expensive and it says single use. Looking forward to the comments.

Just watched a video - interesting.

Edited By: BIGD99 on Sep 04, 2016 21:00: Update
#4
Save the 69:99. Have "intercourse" as video suggests, without condom (obviously) when he's completed his part, insert a tampon or remain upside down for 4-6 hrs :D
2 Likes #5
That's an expensive Turkey Baster!
21 Likes #6
After trying for a baby for over 2 years I for one know how heartbreaking it is to try and conceive and not be able to. I feel like this company are praying on desperate couples to spend over £70 on a single use plastic product, then recommending you use it 1-3 times a month, meaning you could be spending £210 per month on them! From the look of it you might as well use a cheap turkey baster.

I suffer from PCOS and back in March I was rushed into hospital due to having an ectopic pregnancy. Luckily I'm now pregnant with twins due in January. To any couples of there trying to conceive there is hope! Just don't go wasting your money on any of these without first going and seeking advice from a medical professional.
2 Likes #7
This is worth takin you get vitamins for women and men both http://m.boots.com/h5/cat_hub?unCountry=uk&path=%2Fen%2FVitabiotics-Pregnacare-Conception-30-One-a-Day-Tablets_122502%2F

I feeel this helped for myself and a friend who told me :)
1 Like #8
Ups voted hot by accident lol
That's just praying on people's problems. I know that feeling unfortunately
#9
I saved £69.99 by using my **** instead.

Yes, - I know I'm being flippant (apologies to anyone who has failed to use a **** successfully)

Edit ;Really - can't say p e n i s!!


Edited By: rotor on Sep 04, 2016 21:50
[mod][Deal Hunter] 1 Like #10
amzzzzyyyy
This is worth takin you get vitamins for women and men both http://m.boots.com/h5/cat_hub?unCountry=uk&path=%2Fen%2FVitabiotics-Pregnacare-Conception-30-One-a-Day-Tablets_122502%2F
I feeel this helped for myself and a friend who told me :)
Me too - I had these and he had the male ones and with the help of a clearblue ovulation test kit off ebay, we conceived in a month - can't recommend highly enough
#11
DontRun
After trying for a baby for over 2 years I for one know how heartbreaking it is to try and conceive and not be able to. I feel like this company are praying on desperate couples to spend over £70 on a single use plastic product, then recommending you use it 1-3 times a month, meaning you could be spending £210 per month on them! From the look of it you might as well use a cheap turkey baster.

I suffer from PCOS and back in March I was rushed into hospital due to having an ectopic pregnancy. Luckily I'm now pregnant with twins due in January. To any couples of there trying to conceive there is hope! Just don't go wasting your money on any of these without first going and seeking advice from a medical professional.


​Congratulations. I've also suffered with an ectopic xx
3 Likes #12
DontRun
After trying for a baby for over 2 years I for one know how heartbreaking it is to try and conceive and not be able to. I feel like this company are praying on desperate couples to spend over £70 on a single use plastic product, then recommending you use it 1-3 times a month, meaning you could be spending £210 per month on them! From the look of it you might as well use a cheap turkey baster.
I suffer from PCOS and back in March I was rushed into hospital due to having an ectopic pregnancy. Luckily I'm now pregnant with twins due in January. To any couples of there trying to conceive there is hope! Just don't go wasting your money on any of these without first going and seeking advice from a medical professional.
Good luck,hope all goes well for you.xx
#13
[quote=rotor]I saved £69.99 by using my **** instead.
Yes, - I know I'm being flippant (apologies to anyone who has failed to use a **** successfully)
Edit ;Really - can't say p e n i s!![/quote

Think **** is a word you should always use.
#14
Do a handstand after sex
1 Like #15
rotor
I saved £69.99 by using my **** instead.
Yes, - I know I'm being flippant (apologies to anyone who has failed to use a **** successfully)
Edit ;Really - can't say p e n i s!!

I image there are plenty of women who would fork out 69.99 for this shoddy product than have your genitals anywhere near them.

Edited By: catbeans on Sep 04, 2016 22:41
#16
catbeans
rotor
I saved £69.99 by using my **** instead.
Yes, - I know I'm being flippant (apologies to anyone who has failed to use a **** successfully)
Edit ;Really - can't say p e n i s!!
I image there are plenty of women who would fork out 69.99 for this shoddy product than have your genitals anywhere near them.

Like who,lesbians
1 Like #17
Biggunspaul
catbeans
rotor
I saved £69.99 by using my **** instead.
Yes, - I know I'm being flippant (apologies to anyone who has failed to use a **** successfully)
Edit ;Really - can't say p e n i s!!
I image there are plenty of women who would fork out 69.99 for this shoddy product than have your genitals anywhere near them.
Like who,lesbians

Lesbians, non lesbians, basically anyone he's not paying money to.
3 Likes #18
A friend suggested that we use Stork when trying for a baby. It was great, we made a pie with what was left afterwards.
#19
kelsbels12
DontRun
After trying for a baby for over 2 years I for one know how heartbreaking it is to try and conceive and not be able to. I feel like this company are praying on desperate couples to spend over £70 on a single use plastic product, then recommending you use it 1-3 times a month, meaning you could be spending £210 per month on them! From the look of it you might as well use a cheap turkey baster.
I suffer from PCOS and back in March I was rushed into hospital due to having an ectopic pregnancy. Luckily I'm now pregnant with twins due in January. To any couples of there trying to conceive there is hope! Just don't go wasting your money on any of these without first going and seeking advice from a medical professional.
​Congratulations. I've also suffered with an ectopic xx

Thanks. You think they're quite rare but when you come online you find a lot of people seem to have had them and they must be more common than you think. Hope all has gone well for you since x
#20
cazw1973
DontRun
After trying for a baby for over 2 years I for one know how heartbreaking it is to try and conceive and not be able to. I feel like this company are praying on desperate couples to spend over £70 on a single use plastic product, then recommending you use it 1-3 times a month, meaning you could be spending £210 per month on them! From the look of it you might as well use a cheap turkey baster.
I suffer from PCOS and back in March I was rushed into hospital due to having an ectopic pregnancy. Luckily I'm now pregnant with twins due in January. To any couples of there trying to conceive there is hope! Just don't go wasting your money on any of these without first going and seeking advice from a medical professional.
Good luck,hope all goes well for you.xx

Thanks - We're going for a scan to find out the sex of them tonight... today is going reeeeeally slow!
#21
DontRun
kelsbels12
DontRun
After trying for a baby for over 2 years I for one know how heartbreaking it is to try and conceive and not be able to. I feel like this company are praying on desperate couples to spend over £70 on a single use plastic product, then recommending you use it 1-3 times a month, meaning you could be spending £210 per month on them! From the look of it you might as well use a cheap turkey baster.
I suffer from PCOS and back in March I was rushed into hospital due to having an ectopic pregnancy. Luckily I'm now pregnant with twins due in January. To any couples of there trying to conceive there is hope! Just don't go wasting your money on any of these without first going and seeking advice from a medical professional.
​Congratulations. I've also suffered with an ectopic xx

Thanks. You think they're quite rare but when you come online you find a lot of people seem to have had them and they must be more common than you think. Hope all has gone well for you since x


​It hasn't yet, fx tho x
#22
DontRun
cazw1973
DontRun
After trying for a baby for over 2 years I for one know how heartbreaking it is to try and conceive and not be able to. I feel like this company are praying on desperate couples to spend over £70 on a single use plastic product, then recommending you use it 1-3 times a month, meaning you could be spending £210 per month on them! From the look of it you might as well use a cheap turkey baster.
I suffer from PCOS and back in March I was rushed into hospital due to having an ectopic pregnancy. Luckily I'm now pregnant with twins due in January. To any couples of there trying to conceive there is hope! Just don't go wasting your money on any of these without first going and seeking advice from a medical professional.
Good luck,hope all goes well for you.xx
Thanks - We're going for a scan to find out the sex of them tonight... today is going reeeeeally slow!
Aww lovely,am sure the wait will be worth it.xxx

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