Frequently Asked Questions
General QuestionsGeneral Questions
What is Conceivable?
Conceivable is the first modern fertility program that radically improves a woman’s natural ability to get and stay pregnant. The Conceivable program helps women identify, understand and address specific underlying health factors that may be limiting their natural fertility.
Conceivable is led by renowned fertility expert Kirsten Hurder-Karchmer, who developed the integrative program over 15 years of clinical practice, while helping over 7,000 couples overcome fertility challenges.
The Conceivable program combines proven fertility science with proprietary formulas and a powerful virtual health advisor, which interactively educates and guides patients with personalized recommendations for daily action that can improve their chances of achieving a healthy pregnancy.Back to top
Who is Conceivable for?
Conceivable is designed for all types of women who want to get pregnant and have happy, healthy babies. Some women want to get as healthy as possible before trying to conceive, others have been trying for some time, but are having trouble getting pregnant on their own. Still others use conceivable to enhance the fertility treatments that they’re receiving from their doctor, reproductive specialist, or acupuncturist. Because Conceivable addresses the underlying issues that may be preventing you from conceiving and carrying to term, it’s appropriate for any couple that wants the best possible chance of making their dream of parenthood come true.Back to top
How does Conceivable work?
Based on a system developed over the last 15 years with over 7,000 infertile couples, Conceivable uses technology to provide a personalized program based on western medical science, proprietary herbal formulas, and the best data-backed wellness practices to promote healthy reproductive function. Conceivable uses your basal body temperature (BBT) and menstrual cycle health data to pinpoint subclinical issues that can affect your ability to get and stay pregnant. This information is utilized to build a personalized wellness program that allows you to take control of your fertility and dramatically enhance your ability to conceive. Conceivable helps monitor your progress and track your success as you build toward your most Conceivable you.Back to top
What does it mean to be Conceivable?
Being Conceivable means that your reproductive body is working at its maximum potential — that you’re as fertile as you can possibly be. After working with over 7,000 infertile couples, Conceivable has identified unique patterns in basal body temperature (BBT) and menstrual cycle characteristics that help indicate a woman is highly fertile. Our personalized program can help women achieve these fertile characteristics, dramatically improving their chances of conceiving and carrying to term.Back to top
What does a Conceivable Cycle look like?
In our clinical experience, a Conceivable Cycle is possible for approximately 85% of the women that we have worked with. It may seem unachievable if your cycle is very erratic or painful, but Conceivable makes it possible to make noticeable, positive changes each and every month.
A Conceivable Cycle is 28 days long, with ovulation occurring on cycle day 14. You should notice abundant, clear, stretchy cervical fluid right around ovulation time. Your period should last for 4 days, no more and no less, with enough blood to soak a tampon or pad every 4 hours. You shouldn’t experience any PMS, pain, clotting, cramping, or spotting. When your menstrual cycle looks more like a Conceivable Cycle, you’ll have your best chance of conceiving and carrying to term. Sounds awesome right? Conceivable can help you get there!Back to top
How long does Conceivable take to work?
Each woman’s cycle will respond differently to our program. The severity of your original presentation does not necessarily indicate a longer program, and most women will start to see significant changes in their menstrual cycles after the first month. If a woman is consistently following the program she should have impressive changes, culminating between months 3 to 6.Back to top
How soon will I get pregnant?
Nothing is guaranteed to get you pregnant, even super hitech interventions like in vitro fertilization (IVF). Our job at Conceivable is to try to identify every aspect of your diet, lifestyle, and menstrual cycle that needs improvement and design a plan to dramatically improve your chances of getting and staying pregnant.Back to top
What are my odds of conceiving?
Even at our most fertile (think two super healthy 21-years-olds), humans only have about a 20-25% chance of conceiving each cycle. Unfortunately as we age, or if our health isn’t as perfect as we’d like, those odds start to drop, sometimes dramatically. Conceivable helps you learn how to stack the deck in your favor, so that your odds of conceiving each cycle are as close to optimal as possible.Back to top
Why should I use Conceivable?
You should use Conceivable if you want the best possible chance of conceiving each and every cycle. Our unique program helps you learn how to make real, noticeable differences in your menstrual cycle and your fertility. Even if you’re already seeing a qualified healthcare professional to help you conceive, Conceivable may be able to increase your chances of success by providing you with a deeper understanding how your reproductive body works and a plan to help you optimise reproductive function.Back to top
How is Conceivable different than period/BBT trackers?
Conceivable isn’t a tracker. Conceivable takes you beyond simple tracking with a personalized program that helps identify subclinical factors that may be preventing you from conceiving, provides interventions to address these factors, monitors progress, and reports success. Trackers are effective for women who are fertile, but have difficulty knowing what point of their cycle they’re most likely to conceive. Trackers are good at aggregating data about you to predict ovulation, but they can’t do anything to help you address the underlying issues that may be preventing conception.Back to top
How is BBT tracking different in Conceivable?
Traditional trackers collect data on basal body temperature (BBT) and cervical discharge to help predict your most fertile period. At Conceivable, we use variations in your BBT curve to look for patterns that indicate some underlying problems that may be interfering with your ability to get and stay pregnant. As you use Conceivable’s strategies to correct these issues, your BBT curve will start to change and begin to resemble an optimal Conceivable Curve.Back to top
How do we know Conceivable works?
We have been successfully using this program in our 3 clinics for the last 15 years. Our patients have come from all over the country and many are referred from OBGYN’s, Urologists and Reproductive Endocrinologists (Fertility Specialists). In fact, many doctors have been so impressed with our program, they’ve used it themselves with fantastic results!Back to top
I have been diagnosed with PCOS, Endometriosis, poor ovarian reserve, or low AMH, etc… Will Conceivable still work for me?
The Conceivable program has been used successfully by women with a wide variety of medical diagnoses who have struggled to become pregnant. While Conceivable is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease, our unique program helps to address factors that can contribute to defined medical conditions.Back to top
I’m doing IUI/IVF/using fertility medications, how will Conceivable work for me?
If you are using ANY assisted reproductive technologies (ART), Conceivable can help to optimize your chances of having a successful outcome. The goal of Conceivable is to improve overall fertility outcomes using the best practices described in the medical literature. Our job is to help you stack the deck as far as possible in your favor, so you have the best chance of conceiving whether you’re using ART or not. Always talk with your physician prior to starting any supplement or wellness program.Back to top
What do I need to use the Conceivable program?
All you need to use Conceivable is an iPhone (other platforms coming soon!) and the desire to experience your most full and fertile self.Back to top
This approach seems different from what I’ve been trying, why?
Conceivable uses a revolutionary approach that addresses the underlying causes of infertility through lifestyle interventions and proprietary herbal formulas that have been used in over 7,000 cases to improve reproductive wellness. By addressing aspects of your menstrual cycle that may prevent you from becoming pregnant and carrying to term, Conceivable gives you your best chance of success.Back to top
Why hasn’t my doctor told me about all of this?
Unfortunately, Western medical training tends to focus on surgical or medical interventions, not lifestyle changes. Although the current medical literature illustrates that changes in lifestyle can have profound effects on your fertility, many doctors aren’t trained to counsel patients to make these critical changes, or they just don’t have the time, resources, or expertise to do so. Our program is supported by many OBGYN’s, Reproductive Endocrinologists (Fertility Specialists), Fertility Nurses, Pharmacists, Acupuncturists, and a number of other healthcare professionals. Here’s what a few of them have to say:
“The combination of a comprehensive, personalized wellness program with the best reproductive medicine provides my patients with the highest probability of conceiving and carrying a baby to full term.”
-Francisco Arredondo, MD / Fertility Specialist & Reproductive Endocrinologist
“I personally turned to herbal treatment when I was having difficulty conceiving. I believe it was the combination of treatments that helped me achieve pregnancy successfully. “
-Aimee Browne, MD / Fertility Specialist & Reproductive Endocrinologist
Do I really need to track my BBT and lifestyle metrics for Conceivable to work?
Conceivable relies on the data that you input to identify the factors that need attention and build a personalized program for you. Without this data, Conceivable won’t be able to accurately make recommendations, compromising the efficacy of the program.Back to top
Is Conceivable expensive?
This subscription includes your recommended proprietary Conceivable formulas, a lifestyle and wellness program that is tailored to your specific needs, and access to our virtual health advisor which helps you stick to the program, tracks your long-term progress, and adjusts based on your results.
Conceivable is a fraction of the cost of most other fertility interventions. For example, just one cycle of IVF costs an average of $10,000-15,000. We are proud to bring such a comprehensive program to the public at such an affordable price.Back to top
Is Conceivable safe?
Conceivable is an incredibly safe approach to natural fertility enhancement. Conceivable relies on lifestyle modification and natural herbal supplements to improve your body’s innate ability to conceive. When your body is functioning at its healthiest, most effective level, your fertility is naturally enhanced without the use of harsh or dangerous interventions.Back to top
I have a medical condition. Who shouldn’t use Conceivable?
Some people should not use the Conceivable herbal supplements. If you have cancer, are taking blood thinners, are under 18 years old, have liver disease or hepatitis, or have an allergy to any ingredient contained in our herbal line, do not use Conceivable. Always speak to your doctor prior to beginning any supplement or wellness program.Back to top
Are the herbal formulas safe?
All of our formulas are proudly produced in the USA following current Good Manufacturing Practice (cGMP) standards. Our manufacturers are highly trained professionals tasked with seeking out the cleanest, highest quality, and most environmentally friendly products on earth. All of our ingredients are tested for heavy metals, groundwater contaminations, pharmaceuticals, radiation, pesticides and sulfur dioxide. Each formula’s ingredients are always listed on the bottle. Always speak to your doctor prior to beginning any supplement or wellness program.Back to top
How safely is my data stored?
All data submitted to Conceivable servers is encrypted and protected using SSL. Password information is not stored on your iOS device and is used only for login authentication. All passwords stored on Conceivable servers are encrypted using SHA-256 bit encryption and can not be read or retrieved in plain text.Back to top
Who is behind Conceivable?
Conceivable is an outgrowth of a successful “analog” fertility program that was developed over the last 15 years by a group of reproductive wellness specialists.
Our Founder and CEO, Kirsten Karchmer is the former President of the American Board of Oriental Reproductive Medicine and has run one of the largest and most established reproductive acupuncture centers in North America. In her 15 years of clinical experience, she treated over 7,000 fertility patients and has served as a clinical advisor at Reproductive Associates (RMA) of Texas for the last 7 years. She personally developed the proprietary line of herbal tinctures used in the Conceivable program.
Our advisory team includes Medical Doctors, OBGYNs, Urologists, Reproductive Endocrinologists & Infertility Specialists, and Pharmacists.Back to top
Basal Body Temperature (BBT)Basal Body Temperature (BBT)
What is my BBT?
BBT stands for basal body temperature. Basal body temperature is the body’s resting temperature and an important indicator of your fertile potential.Back to top
How do I track my BBT?
The easiest way to track your BBT is to take take your temperature orally each morning just after you wake up, but before you get out of bed or move around too much. The less you move before taking your temperature, and the more consistent you are about taking it at the same time everyday, the more accurate these readings will be.Back to top
Why do I need to track my BBT?
Conceivable is designed to analyze your basal body temperature levels and patterns. Our program uses this information to provide valuable feedback to each user to bring them closer to an ideal fertility state.Back to top
Seriously, why is BBT so important?
Your BBT is important because it gives you a snapshot of hormonal activity across your menstrual cycle. During each phase of the cycle, different hormones become dominant, each with its own effect on body temperature. By tracking your temperature, you can see which hormones are active and if the interactions between hormones are working smoothly.Back to top
Hold on, I thought my body temperature was always supposed to be 98.6º F, what gives?
98.6º F is your active body temperature. When you’re up and moving around, your body is expending energy, which is released in the form of heat that drives body temperature up. Your basal body temperature should generally run a little lower, from about 97.2º F before ovulation to above 98º F afterwards.Back to top
Why does my BBT change throughout the month?
Different hormones produce different thermal effects throughout the menstrual cycle. In the beginning of your cycle, a balance between estrogen and follicle stimulating hormone should result in a relatively low temperature (97.2-4º F). After ovulation, progesterone causes temperatures to surge upwards of 98º F. These changes are completely normal and indicate healthy hormone function.Back to top
What can changes in BBT tell me?
Some changes in BBT are totally normal and healthy, like the rise in temperature that most women see after ovulation. Other changes, like a lot of variation from day to day, may indicate that hormone function isn’t optimal. Conceivable tracks these changes and provides valuable feedback to help you address them.Back to top
Can my BBT tell me when I’m fertile?
It can certainly help! Tracking BBT over time helps establish a pattern of ovulation. For most women, ovulation will occur about 14 days before your period starts. This should coincide with a marked rise in BBT. Some women will also see a temperature “dip” just before ovulation occurs and experience a change in the quality or quantity of their cervical fluid.Back to top
How do we know when it’s baby making time?
Your fertile window is a six day interval that ends the day after ovulation, so it’s better to try a little on the early side rather than too late. Conceivable will help track this window for you and let you know the best time to try. For best results, try at least every other day, but no more often than once per day during this window.Back to top
What if I don’t have a regular cycle?
For women with irregular cycles, tracking fertility with your BBT is a little more difficult, but not impossible. In addition to tracking BBT, using an ovulation predictor kit may provide more precise information about when ovulation is occurring.Back to top
Can I have unprotected sex outside my fertile window and not get pregnant?
Conceivable is not an effective form of birth control and should not be used to avoid pregnancy. Certainly your chances to conceive are lower outside your fertile window, but always use extra precautions if you’re avoiding pregnancy.Back to top
Menstrual Cycle ParametersMenstrual Cycle Parameters
What does an ideal menstrual cycle look like?
An ideal menstrual cycle is 28 days long, with ovulation occurring on cycle day 14. There should be 4 days of bleeding with no cramping or clotting in the menstrual blood. There should be no spotting before or after bleeding and no PMS.Back to top
Why doesn’t my cycle look like that?
That’s life sister! Our bodies are designed to function properly under optimal conditions. Unfortunately for most of us, life conditions are anything but optimal. Not getting enough sleep, eating junk, working long days (and nights), not exercising, filling our time with stress and distractions - everything we eat, think, and do can drive our body out of balance. Without balance, optimum function just isn’t a possibility.Back to top
Can my cycle look more like the ideal one?
Heck yes. That’s the good news and the whole reason Conceivable exists! Conceivable helps identify problem areas in your menstrual cycle and supplies you with the knowledge to make positive changes to restore balance (and fertile potential) to your life.Back to top
What menstrual cycle parameters can affect my fertility?
Almost everything that happens during your menstrual cycle can give you a clue as to why you’re having difficulty conceiving. How long you bleed, what that blood looks like, if there’s clotting or not, if you experience pain or cramping, what your cervical fluid looks like around ovulation, how long you whole cycle is, whether or not you experience PMS or spotting before your period - all of these can affect your fertile potential.Back to top
How does PMS affect my fertility?
PMS comes in a variety forms. Whether it’s irritability, bloating, breast tenderness, digestive distress, or acne, it usually means that your hormonal function has been compromised. When we’re looking to restore fertility to an optimum state, addressing PMS symptoms can help pave the way.Back to top
How does my amount of menstrual blood affect my fertility?
The amount of blood that you pass during menstruation is a direct indicator of the health of your uterine lining. Research shows that too much, or too little bleeding can affect your fertile potential. Ideally we want to see about 4 days of bleeding.Back to top
How does clotting during my period affect my fertility?
Clotting is also a reflection of the health of your uterine lining. When your body fails to fully shed the uterine lining each cycle, pieces of the old lining are retained and clots form. These clots may affect the ability of a fertilized embryo to implant. By reducing inflammation in the body and harmonizing blood flow during menstruation, clotting in the period may be reduced or eliminated.Back to top
How does cramping affect my fertility?
During menstruation, the old uterine lining should slough off easily, without pain and cramping. In some cases, especially when the uterine lining is deficient, or hasn’t been fully discharged in prior months, adhesions occur, causing the smooth muscle in the uterus to contract and spasm. This inflammatory process can be painful. By reducing inflammation in the body and harmonizing blood flow during menstruation, cramping during the period may be reduced or eliminated.Back to top
Whole Body HealthWhole Body Health
What does sleep have to do with my fertility?
Your body needs a full night of good quality sleep to function properly. Studies show that sleep deprivation can disrupt your menstrual cycle, throw off ovulation, lead to weight gain, depression, and higher levels of stress. In men, sleep deprivation can lead to lower testosterone levels and can affect sperm counts.Back to top
Speaking of stress, how does that affect my fertility?
Stress is not your friend when it comes to fertility. Stress takes many forms; whether it’s racing from task to task, working long hours, dealing with a crappy boss or unsupportive partner, or engaging in high intensity workouts, high levels of stress inhibit progesterone, your primary pregnancy hormone. Conceivable can help you learn to remove yourself from constant stress states, and to maximize your potential for health, rest, and repair.Back to top
Why are my energy levels important to my fertile potential?
Think of your energy as a bank account with finite reserves. Some of your savings are used to fulfill the basic functions and repairs that the body needs to keep going from day to day. After the bills are payed, you can spend the rest where you want: work, play, making babies. Unfortunately, many of us are walking around with just enough coinage to keep the lights on, or even worse, overdrawn accounts. Conceivable offers strategies that can fill those accounts back up, giving your body the reserves it needs to maximize your fertile potential.Back to top
Can my diet really affect my fertility?
You know it! Research shows that diets high in vegetables and lean proteins like fish, result in much higher levels of fertility than diets that are high in carbs and saturated fats. Veggies are also a delicious, nutritious, and filling way to get your daily calories and can decrease the risk of heart attack, stroke, diabetes, obesity, cancer, high blood pressure, and birth defects like neural tube defects and spina bifida.Back to top
I eat great, but still feel crummy and am having a tough time getting pregnant. What gives?
We’ve all heard that “you are what you eat,” but at Conceivable we think you are what you digest. Even though you’re eating the right things, if your digestion isn’t functioning well, you won’t be absorbing the vitamins and raw nutrients that your body needs to achieve its fullest fertile potential. Checking on digestive issues and bowel movements gives us a general idea of how well your digestive system is working, and allows us to make suggestions to optimize digestive efficiency.Back to top
If diet can affect my fertility, what about my water consumption?
The Institute of Medicine recommends that you consume about 1 ounce of water for every 2 pounds of body weight. For the average American woman that’s about 80 ounces per day, or eight, 10 ounce glasses. Water is vital to cellular health, facilitates full body detox, balances body fluids, helps keep extra weight off, energizes the skin and muscles, and keeps you feeling happy, healthy, and looking beautiful!Back to top
Conceivable Herbal ProductsConceivable Herbal Products
What are they?
Conceivable produces high-quality proprietary formulas specifically formulated for infertility patients. Most formulas contain 4-15 different herbal products that are combined and macerated to extract the essential active ingredients. See below for a complete list of the ingredients in the formulas you are taking.Back to top
How do they work?
Our formulas combine 2,000 years of herbal tradition, current medical research, and our experience treating more than 7,000 infertile couples. While there’s no single herb that’s a fertility panacea, our customized formulas address menstrual cycle irregularities specific to each phase of the menstrual cycle.Back to top
Are the herbal formulas safe?
All of our formulas are proudly produced in the USA following current Good Manufacturing Practice (cGMP) standards. Our manufacturers are highly trained professionals tasked with seeking out the cleanest, highest quality and most environmentally friendly products on earth. All of our ingredients are tested for heavy metals, groundwater contaminations, pharmaceuticals, radiation, pesticides and sulfur dioxide. Always talk to your doctor prior to starting any supplement or wellness program.Back to top
I have allergies, are the formulas safe for me?
Some of our formulas contain potential allergens such as citrus or shells. If you have allergies, please check the list of ingredients for the formulas you are taking. That said, all of our formulas are gluten-free and don’t contain common allergens like wheat, corn, soy, dairy, eggs, or potato starch. Always talk to your doctor prior to starting any supplement or wellness program.Back to top
I’m already taking a medication from my doctor, are Conceivable formulas safe for me?
Always talk to your doctor prior to starting any supplement or wellness program.Back to top
How do I take them?
The standard dose of our formulas is 2 dropperfuls, three times per day. To repeat: 2 dropperfuls, not 2 drops! A standard dropperful is approximately 30-40 drops. Just squirt your formula into the mouth and swallow, no need to hold them under your tongue or anything fancy like that.Back to top
What if I forget a dose?
No biggie, just get back on track as soon as possible. You don’t need to double your dose to make up for it.Back to top
Where can I find a complete list of ingredients in my formula?
- Calm: Water, Cane Alcohol (17% ABV), Glycerin, Spiny Date Seed, Astragalus Root, White Atractylodes Rhizome, Poria, Longan Fruit, Angelica Root, Siberian Milkwort Root, Ginseng Root, Costus Root, Honey Fried Licorice Root
- Cool: Water, Cane Alcohol (17% ABV), Glycerin, Rehmannia Root, Red Peony Root, Cooked Rehmannia Root, Common Yam Rhizome, Poria, White Peony Root, Spiny Date Seed, Medicinal Cornel Fruit, Scrophularia Root, Angelica Root, Common Anemarrhena Rhizome, Asparagus Tuber Root, Eclipta Herb, Ligustrum Lucidum Fruit, Albizia Bark, Oriental Water Plantain Rhizome, Amur Cork Tree Bark, Baikal Skullcap Root, Gardenia Fruit
- Energize: Water, Cane Alcohol (17% ABV), Glycerin, White Atractylodes, Ginseng Root, Poria, Pinellia Tuber, Citrus Peel (Orange or Tangerine), Licorice Root
- Enrich: Water, Cane Alcohol (17% ABV), Glycerin, Tortoise Plastron, Cooked Rehmannia Root, Angelica Root, White Peony Root, Lycium Fruit, Common Yam Rhizome, Poria, Medicinal Cornel Fruit, Tree Peony Bark, Sichuan Lovage Rhizome, Oriental Water Plantain Rhizome
- Lift: Water, Cane Alcohol (17% ABV), Glycerin, Astragalus Root, Ginseng Root, White Atractylodes Rhizome, Angelic Root, Citrus Peel (Orange or Tangerine), Honey Fried Licorice Root, Bupleurum Root, Cimicifuga Root
- Male Factor: Water, Cane Alcohol (17% ABV), Glycerin, Curculigo Rhizome, Morinda Root, Cynomorium Herb, Cnidium Seed, Psoralea Fruit, Ginseng Root
- Regulate: Water, Cane Alcohol (17% ABV), Glycerin, White Peony Root, Bupleurum Root, Immature Bitter Orange, Honey Fried Licorice Root
- Release: Water, Cane Alcohol (17% ABV), Glycerin, Cooked Rehmannia root, Angelica root, White peony root, Red peony root, Sichuan lovage rhizome, Peach seed, Safflower flower, Lycium fruit, Motherwort herb, Motherwort seed
- Transform: Water, Cane Alcohol (17% ABV), Glycerin, Gentiana Root, Rehmannia Root, Angelica Root, Baikal Skullcap Root, Gardenia Fruit, Armand Clematis Stem, Plantain Seed, Oriental Water Plantain Rhizome, Bupleurum Root
- Unwind: Water, Cane Alcohol (17% ABV), Glycerin, Angelica Root, White Peony Root, Poria, Albizia Bark, Valerian Root, Siberian Milkwort Root, Bupleurum Root, Red Peony Root, Baikal Skullcap Root, Cyperus Rhizome, White Atractylodes, Turmeric Tuber Root, Tree Peony Bark, Mint, Honey Fried Licorice
- Warm: Water, Cane Alcohol (17% ABV), Glycerin, Angelica Root, Cooked Rehmannia, Cinnamon Bark, Medicinal Cornel Fruit, Common Yam Rhizome, White Peony Root, Cinnamon Twigs, Lycium Fruit, Poria, Doffer Seed, Dipsacus Root, Desert-Living Cistanche, Epimedium Herb, Oriental Water Plantain Rhizome, Hairy Deer Horn
When will I get my formulas?
You’ll receive your first shipment of formulas just after starting the Conceivable Program. In future months, you will receive a new box of formulas prior to the start of each new cycle. You will always start each cycle with a new box, and you can discard any unused product from the previous shimpment.Back to top
I just got my formulas, which one should I take?
Your box will contain three bottles of formulas, each one designed for a specific part of the cycle. Take the formula that corresponds to the cycle day that you’re currently on. If your cycle is longer than 28 days, you’ll have a brief “rest period” between when you finish your formula and when your period starts. No biggie, you don’t need to take anything on those days.Back to top
I just got a new box of formulas, but I haven’t finished my other ones yet. What should I do?
Conceivable is constantly updating your program to address what’s going on with you right now. Because things change from month to month, you may get different formulas than you had before. When you get a new package of formulas, first finish the cycle phase that you’re currently on, then you can dump the old ones out and recycle the bottles. Start taking the new formula during the next phase.Back to top
What if I don’t receive my formulas?
If you haven’t gotten a confirmation email by cycle day 7, please contact us so we can figure out what’s holding them up.Back to top
I just found out I’m pregnant, should I keep taking my formulas?
First of all, YAY! That shows that your formulas have done what they needed to do! You do not need to continue taking your formulas during pregnancy. Go ahead and pour them out and recycle the bottles. And also, YAY!Back to top
My friend is also struggling to get pregnant, will my formulas work for her?
Conceivable is a personalized program that helps you address your fertility. We don’t recommend that you share your formulas, but we do suggest you share your experience and a link to Conceivable.com so she can get started with her own program!Back to top
Using ConceivableUsing Conceivable
My Conceivable program score seems pretty low, am I doomed?
Your score is a reflection not only of your Conceivable potential, but how well you’re achieving your daily goals and following your program. The good news is that you have a ton of control over your score! The Conceivable program score is designed to show how much progress you make during the program, so if it’s low to start with, that just means you have more opportunity for change, and that’s a good thing!Back to top
What if I forget to track for a day?
Conceivable makes it easy to go back and track for any day that you’ve missed, simply select the day you missed in the tracking pane. Conceivable does not allow you to go back to track data for time periods before you started the program.Back to top
I want to change my subscription, shipping address, or billing information, how can I do that?
You can change any account details by logging in to “My Account” on our home page, or by clicking here.Back to top
- What is Conceivable?
- Who is Conceivable for?
- How does Conceivable work?
- What does it mean to be Conceivable?
- What does a Conceivable Cycle look like?
- How long does Conceivable take to work?
- How soon will I get pregnant?
- What are my odds of conceiving?
- Why should I use Conceivable?
- How is Conceivable different than period/BBT trackers?
- How is BBT tracking different in Conceivable?
- How do we know Conceivable works?
- I have been diagnosed with PCOS, Endometriosis, poor ovarian reserve, or low AMH, etc… Will Conceivable still work for me?
- I’m doing IUI/IVF/using fertility medications, how will Conceivable work for me?
- What do I need to use the Conceivable program?
- This approach seems different from what I’ve been trying, why?
- Why hasn’t my doctor told me about all of this?
- Do I really need to track my BBT and lifestyle metrics for Conceivable to work?
- Is Conceivable expensive?
- Is Conceivable safe?
- I have a medical condition. Who shouldn’t use Conceivable?
- Are the herbal formulas safe?
- How safely is my data stored?
- Who is behind Conceivable?
- What is my BBT?
- How do I track my BBT?
- Why do I need to track my BBT?
- Seriously, why is BBT so important?
- Hold on, I thought my body temperature was always supposed to be 98.6º F, what gives?
- Why does my BBT change throughout the month?
- What can changes in BBT tell me?
- Can my BBT tell me when I’m fertile?
- How do we know when it’s baby making time?
- What if I don’t have a regular cycle?
- Can I have unprotected sex outside my fertile window and not get pregnant?
- What does an ideal menstrual cycle look like?
- Why doesn’t my cycle look like that?
- Can my cycle look more like the ideal one?
- What menstrual cycle parameters can affect my fertility?
- How does PMS affect my fertility?
- How does my amount of menstrual blood affect my fertility?
- How does clotting during my period affect my fertility?
- How does cramping affect my fertility?
- What does sleep have to do with my fertility?
- Speaking of stress, how does that affect my fertility?
- Why are my energy levels important to my fertile potential?
- Can my diet really affect my fertility?
- I eat great, but still feel crummy and am having a tough time getting pregnant. What gives?
- If diet can affect my fertility, what about my water consumption?
- What are they?
- How do they work?
- Are the herbal formulas safe?
- I have allergies, are the formulas safe for me?
- I’m already taking a medication from my doctor, are Conceivable formulas safe for me?
- How do I take them?
- What if I forget a dose?
- Where can I find a complete list of ingredients in my formula?
- When will I receive my formulas?
- I just got my formulas, which one should I take?
- I just got a new box of formulas, but I haven’t finished my other ones yet. What should I do?
- What if I don’t receive my formulas?
- I just found out I’m pregnant, should I keep taking my formulas?
- My friend is also struggling to get pregnant, will my formulas work for her?