Conceivable looks at fertility differently. While it's often ignored, your ability to successfully conceive and carry a pregnancy to term actually changes over time. In this respect, fertility is a continuum with many factors that may influence your fertility at any given point.
While some fertility factors are out of your control, like blocked fallopian tubes, for instance, there are tons of fertility factors that are completely in your own hands. By understanding which of these factors affect your ability to get pregnant, you can take action to increase your chances of conception. Conceivable empowers you with the knowledge and resources you need to seize your best opportunity to conceive.
Based on over 15 years of clinical practice and endorsed by leading fertility specialists, the Conceivable approach has helped thousands of diagnosed infertile women change the course of their fertility, and achieve their dream of parenthood.
The Conceivable program addresses 3 key areas that are scientifically proven to affect your ability to get and stay pregnant: your menstrual cycle, your lifestyle, and your ability to respond to stress.
A Conceivable Cycle
Conceivable has identified an optimal menstrual cycle for conception. Menstrual cycle characteristics, like cycle regularity, cycle length, the amount and quality of menstrual blood, and other symptoms such as PMS and cramping can significantly influence your odds of conceiving on a cycle-to-cycle basis. Conceivable can help identify which menstrual cycle factors might be out of whack, and helps you make a plan to optimize menstrual function for healthy conception.
A Conceivable Life
Lifestyle matters when it comes to getting pregnant. A comprehensive, modern fertility program needs to be about more than just when to have sex. Conceivable helps you identify specific lifestyle factors that may be affecting your ability to get and stay pregnant. By changing your behaviors, you give yourself a better chance at changing your outcome.
A Conceivable Mind
Women with an infertility diagnosis often have higher levels of stress, anxiety, and depressive symptoms compared to fertile women. Stress has been demonstrated to reduce the probability of fertilization and conception, increase time to pregnancy, and has been associated with increased chances of miscarriage. Conceivable provides a unique program that can help you manage the stress associated with trying to conceive.
The Conceivable Solution
By capturing data about these key fertility indicators, Conceivable teaches you how your lifestyle choices affect your ability to conceive, and empowers you to take daily action to improve your chances of getting pregnant.
Based on the data you share, our Virtual Health Advisor, available as an app for your iPhone, creates a personalized program that can improve your chances for success. As you take small steps to improve your fertility, our intelligent program continues to adapt and changes with you.