Mosie, just like all means of conception including IVF and the old-fashioned way, is no guarantee of pregnancy. There are many factors when it comes to trying to conceive, many of which we do not have control over, but with Mosie, we can at least help things get to the right place. We recommend trying Mosie for a minimum of 3 months & maximum of 6 months and then evaluating your options.
It’s important to note that, according to a study published in the journal Human Reproduction, chances of conceiving increase with attempts! Our recent clinical research study found that 92% of the people who conceived with Mosie, conceived within 3-4 months.
Additionally, Mosie syringes (and all insemination syringes) are required by the FDA to be single-use only. Further, Mosie, like any syringe, is comprised of moving parts that may become compromised after even a single-use. There is also a risk of infection if not cleaned properly. The rubber stopper specifically (on any syringe) loosens after each use and will eventually become unreliable. The stopper on Mosie (and most syringes) is also very lightly coated with a medically safe lubricant to ensure smooth movement which will likely deteriorate after washing.
You will find that Mosie is not alone here. Most manufacturers discourage using a syringe multiple times. This is exactly why we include two Mosie syringes in every kit. More tries translates into better odds for conception!
To help make your TTC journey a little easier, we offer discounts off all subscription orders. By signing up for a subscription, you'll receive your discounted Mosie Baby conception essentials every month, right when you need them and you'll have the ability to change or cancel anytime.
For some people, it is empowering and comforting to be able to do insemination at home through ICI with Mosie vs insemination through IUI at a doctor's office. However, some have had to move on to other options (or consult with a physician to make sure all their parts are in working order!).
If you'd like to read more stories about people who've had success with Mosie, take a look here at our Mosie Stories blog: https://mosiebaby.com/blogs/mosie-stories
Hope this provides a little insight and feel free to email us if additional questions come up. ❤️