There Are A Few Things To Keep In Mind When Using Mosie.
Timing is everything! It’s best to use your first Mosie within 12 hours of the first sign of ovulation. Then use your second Mosie 24 to 36 hours later.
So how do you know when you’re ovulating? For the best accuracy, we recommend a two-part approach:
- Closely monitor your cervix and cervical mucus for the initial signs of ovulation.
- At the same time, use an ovulation predictor kit to confirm that ovulation is approaching.
Use the semen sample within one hour of collection — the sooner, the better.
Mosie syringes are single use only.
For more info on why that it is, click here.
Tiny air bubbles are OK.
It's impossible to not have any air bubbles during the transfer. But big ones are best to flick out. For more info on how to help prevent air bubbles, click here.
Why is the cervix so important to understand when trying to conceive?
Take a look here. And what about that cervical mucus, all that goo that comes out of your vagina? Here's some info on understanding your cervical fluid.
You are not alone on this journey. Please do reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We love to hear from our customers and our community. We are truly rooting for your success to find your sweet little one!