femme health is deeply inspired by twoplus and the personal journey of co-founder Benjamin Tee, which forms the foundation of the brand. Benjamin's candid account of his and his wife's five-year struggle with unexplained infertility resonates with femme health's commitment to understanding and addressing the diverse challenges in reproductive health. The empathy and shared experience behind twoplus reflect a genuine desire to simplify the fertility journey for couples who may face similar struggles. femme health admires the dedication to fostering open conversations around infertility in regions where it remains a taboo subject, emphasizing the importance of collaborative efforts in the conception process. The brand's mission to offer innovative, home-based fertility solutions, born from Benjamin's first-hand experiences with the emotional and physical toll of traditional fertility treatments, aligns seamlessly with femme health's vision of empowering individuals on their reproductive paths.

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Our co-founder Benjamin Tee and his wife started trying when they were in their early 30s after spending time on their careers. Speaking in Benjamin's voice" But we never thought it would take us 5 long years before we successfully conceived. We tried so hard to have a kid the natural way and went for all kinds of fertility checkups to find out what the problem might be. Eventually, we were both diagnosed with unexplained infertility after multiple visits to different doctors. Unexplained infertility is when you can’t get pregnant after actively trying for 6-12 months despite not having any physiological issues. Roughly 30% of all infertile couples worldwide struggle with undiagnosed infertility. For us, it was like leaving for a vacation, being unable to reach your destination, and never knowing why. To complicate matters, infertility is a taboo topic in Asia for both males and females. For men, it often comes with the fear of embarrassment when trying to
seek help with sperm health, for example. But that isn’t true because, scientifically speaking, about 50% of the issues are male-related. Getting pregnant is a 2-person process. We needed to work as a team in our conception journey. Because we had unexplained infertility, we decided to try IUI (intrauterine insemination) and IVF (in-vitro fertilization).

But our experience with these fertility treatments — and I believe for many other TTC folks, too — was expensive, time-consuming, and emotionally draining. I had also witnessed firsthand the physical toll it took on my wife to go through each cycle of IUI & IVF. The pain from injections, nausea from fertility medications, and the tears of disappointment, frustration, and sadness with every negative pregnancy test result. It was one of the most challenging things we had to go through as a couple. Infertility was incredibly frustrating for us, and our lives were turned upside down. But at the same time, it can be a process that allows both partners to
appreciate their union even more. Fortunately for my wife and I, we learned to depend on each other for support.

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  • Holding a newborn child for the first time fueled my motivation to help other couples. Even though IVF had worked for us, I truly believed there had to be a simpler solution beyond invasive fertility treatments. Thus, I decided to channel my expertise in medical technology development into helping other couples find hope and solutions to help them. Back then, the lack of innovation in home-based fertilisation solutions baffled me, so we worked feverishly to understand the conception process and design new solutions to increase the odds.

  • I had found the right partner in Prusothman Raja, my co-founder, to bring my vision to life. We had already brought a home-use medical device to market in the US. Together, we wanted to create at-home fertility aids that could let anyone take charge of their fertility journey. Our concept was validated when top fertility doctors told us this was what their patients are looking for.
    And thus, twoplus was born.

  • What sets your brand apart from competitors?

    It is founded by someone who has actually gone through the process of finding it difficult to conceive.

  • How does your brand plan to grow and evolve in the future?

    To help 1 million couples trying to conceive, we plan to be the one stop solution for fertility worldwide.

  • What is your mission and motivation that guides your brand?

    At twoplus, our heartfelt mission is clear: Helping 1 million couples trying to conceive, conceive over the next 10 years with home fertility aids. We wanted to create at-home fertility aids that could let anyone take charge of their fertility journey. Our concept was validated when top fertility doctors told us this was what their patients are looking for.

The Applicator was incredibly easy to use. It was more comfortable than inserting a tampon. We tried for 4 cycle and I got pregnant 2 of those times.


I have very mild vaginismus. My husband and I used an ordinary syringe that didn't work. We then tried the Applicator just once and we got pregnant on our very first try!


The syringes from sperm banks are standard plastic syringes and not every drop of the sample is release. The applicators have a comfortable fit and design, and help us get every drop of the sample out of the syringe.