Conceivable, an Austin, Texas-based fertility program for women to improve their natural ability to get and stay pregnant, closed an $800k seed funding round.
Backers included unnamed former and current patients, healthcare executives and former venture capitalists.
Led by Kirsten Karchmer, founder and CEO, Conceivable combines proven fertility science with proprietary herbal formulas and a virtual health advisor and mobile application.
Launched publicly to consumers today (at: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/conceivable-fertility-enhancement/id909122453?mt=8), the Conceivable program allows women to identify, understand, and address specific underlying health factors that may be limiting their natural fertility. Its free assessment evaluates a woman’s current fertility and menstrual health, which is then used to develop a personalized plan to improve the likelihood of conception naturally.