The Béa Applicator

Fertility care at home: meet the Béa Applicator

A safe, affordable fertility treatment designed for modern families.

What is Béa's ICI Treatment?

Béa's ICI treatment has two key parts: The Béa Cervical Cap, and the Béa Applicator. These parts work together to help you do ICI at home.

The Béa Cervical Cap

The Béa Cervical Cap is the most important part of the treatment – it delivers the 'intracervical insemination' part of ICI. Béa's Cervical Cap is designed to cover the cervix, holding semen there to encourage as many sperm as possible to enter the uterus. The Béa Cervical Cap arrives folded and ready to deploy inside the Béa Applicator, and has a handy removal string to help remove the cap, much like a tampon string.

The Béa Applicator

The Béa Applicator helps place the Béa Cervical Cap onto the cervix. The cervix is located at the back of the vaginal canal, and is not easy to reach. The Béa Applicator works like a tampon applicator, allowing precise placement of the Béa Cervical Cap for the highest efficacy. The Béa Applicator arrives with a funnel on the top, allowing for 'no spill' transfer of semen down into the Béa Cervical Cap folded within.

ICI in 4 simple steps with the Béa Applicator and Cervical Cap

Step 1

Collect a semen sample into the container provided, and pour the semen into the Béa Applicator through the orange funnel. Semen will flow down into the Béa Cervical Cap, which is located inside the Béa Applicator. Remove the funnel.

Step 2

Lie in a comfortable position and gently insert the Béa Applicator into the vagina. Once inserted, turn the handle to release the Béa Cervical Cap onto the cervix. Withdraw the applicator from the vagina.

Step 3

The cervical cap is now in place! Leave the Béa Cervical Cap in place for up to one hour. The Béa Cervical Cap works a little like a menstrual cup, so you shouldn't feel anything, and can go about your day as normal.

Step 4

After one hour, remove the Béa Cervical Cap using the removal string hanging outside the body (like a tampon). That's it. ICI done! You can go about your day knowing given yourself the best chance of conceiving.

What does using the Béa Applicator feel like?

Smooth, Simple, Comfortable, Surprisingly easy

Like using a tampon applicator

Who is ICI not right for?

The Béa Applicator is a Medical Device intended to be used for doing Intracervical (ICI) Insemination at home. There are a few situations in which you should not use the Béa Applicator:

  • If it is medically unsafe for you to become pregnant
  • If you have vaginal or uterine prolapse
  • If you have had a hysterectomy or loss of both fallopian tubes
  • If you have had colposcopy with biopsy or treatment in the last three months
  • If you have had vaginal/cervical surgery within the last three months
  • If you are currently pregnant
  • If you have a known silicone allergy
  • If you have a known sexually transmitted infection (STI)
  • If you have active vaginal irritations or lesions

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