Mosie is a syringe designed to transfer sperm at or near the cervical opening with the goal of achieving conception. Mosie is a form of ICI, intracervical insemination.
With 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. In the lead-up to IUI, your doctor will also monitor your ovaries and often prescribe medications, like Clomid.
Mosie is deceptively simple but has proven to be quite effective for many women and couples. Mosie’s slit opening and patent-pending design have helped thousands safely inseminate at home. And we’re happy to report that based on a recent clinical study (https://mosiebaby.com/blogs/news/clinical-study-results-show-mosie-is-as-effective-as-iui), Mosie has been proven to be as effective as IUI!
Mosie is an ideal size for dropping a sperm sample off at or near the cervical opening of most people. Ejaculation itself can fluctuate wildly and couple this with the position of the cervical opening, which can also vary…means that many people 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.
Oftentimes people find themselves facing IUI/IVF Mosie may be a good option for many to try before going through those costly procedures. 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 Mosie Stories section of our website, https://mosiebaby.com/blogs/mosie-stories.
It may be for these folks 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'd like to read more about ICI, we have a medically reviewed article here: https://mosiebaby.com/blogs/conception-101/intracervical-insemination-ici-explained-what-to-know.
Hope this provides a little insight and feel free to reach out if additional questions come up. We're here to help and support as best we can, no matter the path taken. For some folks, IUI is the best option, and we’re here to support you too!