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Trying to get pregnant can be challenging enough for anxious couples, but imagine being sold an artificial insemination kit that contains a device that is supposed to be used only for animals?

This is what Food and Drug Administration inspectors learned when they visited a small Indiana company late last year. Tenderneeds Fertility had sold an insemination kit, which was marketed with the word ‘human,’ without informing a customer that the component devices were “only intended for use in animals,” according to a recent warning letter that the agency sent to the company.

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