Norodhs are one of the most popular forms of contraceptives. Nirodh prevents unwanted pregnancies and offer protection against s–x-ually transmitted diseases. But interestingly a new form of nirodh has come out to help couples who aspire to conceive. It is cheaper than the in vitro fertilisation (IVF) method. A kondam-like device, which was developed two years back, aids couples in conceiving and improving the chances of pregnancy. The success rate of this over-the-counter device is said to be around 20 percent as effective as the IVF technique. According to some statistics, around hundreds of couples have been benefited by this birth triggering condom since its launch two years back. This kondam is called Stork and it costs $80 in the US and approximately £100 in the UK, which is a very bearable amount as compared to what one spends on IVF.
It is non-invasive, can be used in the privacy of the couples’ home and is much cheaper than comparable treatment offered by private fertility clinics, stated women’s health expert, Doctor Catherine Hood, according to reports. Stork can deliver three times more sperm to the cervix compared to natural physical contact, and this can benefit couples having common fertility difficulties such as low sperm count and motility problems.