SpermCheck Fertility Test for Men
- Test in the privacy of your home
- Results in 10 minutes
- Easy to interpret results - Positive or Negative
- Over 98% clinically accurate- Accurate as a lab test
- FDA Approved
The SpermCheck Fertility Test for Men is an at-home test that measures sperm count levels. In only 10 minutes, you can easily determine if sperm count is within the normal range. The World Health Organization defines a normal sperm count as 20 million per milliliter or higher.
Low sperm count is a leading cause of reproductive difficulty for couples trying to conceive. In other words, the fewer sperm a man produces, the lower the likelihood that one of them will be able to successfully fertilize the egg.
Test early, detect early. A low sperm count is not necessarily the end of the reproductive road. Quite often, sperm count can be increased naturally with supplements such as FertilAid for Men
and CountBoost for Men
. The sooner low sperm count is determined, the sooner steps can be taken to boost sperm counts.
Includes everything you need to conduct one at-home sperm count analysis.
- SpermCheck Fertility Test Device
- Semen Collection Cup
- Semen transfer device
- Solution Bottle
- Detailed test instructions
- SpermCheck Helpline 1-877-998-0992
The Basic Instructions
1. Collect semen sample in collection cup provided. Make sure last ejaculation was 2-7 days before taking the test. Let stand 20 minutes.
2. Fill semen transfer device up to black line with semen sample and add SpermCheck Fertility solution. Mix semen sample and solution by turning bottle upside down 5-10 times. Let stand for 2 minutes.
3. Twist off SpermCheck Fertility solution bottle cap and add 6 drops to the sample well marked "S". Read results after 7 minutes.
Positive result - sperm count is above 20 million sperm per milliliter. Sperm count is within normal range for healthy fertility.
Negative result - sperm count is under the 20 million sperm per milliliter threshold, and further testing by your physician may be needed.
Chances of Getting Pregnant with Low Sperm Count