Boston, MA (PressExposure) June 24, 2009 -- Stephanie Berman, Vice President of Sales and Product Manager of Sepal Reproductive Devices (http://TheTotalConceptionKit.com), has developed the first lesbian insemination kit for couples to use to try and conceive in the privacy of their own home. The Total Conception Kit provides couples with the highest technology of at-home insemination devices at affordable costs.
The Total Conception Kit separates itself from other options available because it provides couples with an actual Intra-Cervical catheter for insemination which couples could likely see similar devices in their doctorsâ office. The kit has everything from ovulation predictor kits, fertility friendly lubricant, pregnancy tests, non spermicidal condoms for semen collection, cervical caps, a speculum, and the catheters for performing the insemination. This is the first complete lesbian insemination kit on the market.
All of these devices in The Total Conception Kit make the process of trying to conceive affordable, convenient, intimate and most importantly private for lesbian couples. The lesbian insemination kit promises to change the face of lesbian conception by allowing couples to have an intimate and private experience when trying to conceive.
Angie Best-Boss and Evelina Weidman Sterling, PhD, were impressed when they had the opportunity to examine the kit. The women wrote the book Budgeting for Infertility: How to Bring Home a Baby Without Breaking the Bank and they are well respected regarding fertility issues. The women stated, â"The Total Conception Kit is a safe, easy to use product for couples trying to conceive. The kit has a unique advantage that makes it ideal for couples who wish to boost their conception odds in the privacy of their own home. "
That advantage was exactly what Berman hoped to bring to the community when she developed the lesbian insemination kit. Being a part of the GLBT community herself, Berman felt this kit was extremely important for the advancement of gay and lesbian community. âWhen I entered into this industry I was shocked to see that there was nothing available for the GLBT community to help couples that were trying to conceive. This kit will finally allow couples to throw away that old turkey-baster and be able to use a real insemination device. Itâs a huge progression for the GLBT community.â
For more information on the lesbian insemination kit developed by Sepal Reproductive Devices, visit the company online at http://TheTotalConceptionKit.com.
Sepal Reproductive Devices has been in business since 2001. The family owned and operated company has worked to create useful products to boost fertility for all couples. With the development of the first lesbian insemination kit, Sepal hopes to help lesbian couples conceive in the easiest way possible.