With Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) the sperm sample is “washed” in a doctor’s office and then placed in your uterus by a doctor, bypassing the cervix with a catheter syringe. And then from there it’s up to mother nature.
Mosie is a syringe designed to transfer sperm to the cervical opening with the goal of achieving conception. Mosie is deceptively simple, but has proven to be quite effective for many women and couples.
From a design standpoint Mosie is ideal for removing potential obstacles that certain couples may have (presuming there’s a man in the picture, and if there isn’t disregard the “penis” part!). First off, it’s an ideal size for dropping a sperm sample off at the cervical opening of most women. Ejaculation itself can fluctuate wildly and couple this with the position of the cervical opening in women, which can also vary, which means that many couples may simply be “missing” due to physical make-up.
Bottom line is that the sperm should safely arrive at or near the cervical opening with Mosie. From there it’s up to mother nature, but remember it only takes one!
Often times people find themselves facing IUI and we think Mosie's a good option for many to try before going through costly procedures. We were one of those couples (Unexplained Infertility) and that’s what led us down our path to create Mosie. Aside from that, several women and couples conceive with Mosie after failed IUI/IVF attempts and you can read a few of their stories in the Success Stories section of our website. We even had one couple that tried IUI 12 times, over many years, finally conceive with Mosie at home.
It may be for these women, that being able to use Mosie in the comfort of your home, and on your own terms can be a stress reliever when it comes to conception. And for many it's also a stress reliever to try something a little less expensive than IUI. So whether or not you have something Mosie may help with or just need a break, this variable tends to be helpful for Mosie users.
If you're unsure if Mosie is right for you, be sure to check with your doctor before ordering. And always feel free to reach out if we can help in any further way!