Male Fertility At-Home Test
Male Fertility At-Home Test
Check your sperm count discretely at home
Over one in ten couples have trouble conceiving a child. Almost half of the time, it’s down to male infertility. When your sperm count drops below 15 million/ml, the likelihood of conceiving significantly falls. Find out whether your sperm count is above or below the threshold with the rapid at-home testing kit.
- Next Day Delivery
- Test from the privacy of your home
- 98% accurate
- Get results in minutes
- Easy to read results
Did You know that in 40% of couples struggling with infertility issues, male infertility is the primary cause.
Sperm concentration is one of the primary factors used by physicians to diagnose male infertility. There are many reasons why a man may be infertile and therefore unable to fertilise the female ovum during reproduction.
One primary and the most common reason is an abnormally low production of viable sperm cells. Other reasons can be:
- Over production of inactive, weak, or deformed sperm cells
- High levels of other cells in the semen that interfere with fertilisation,
- Other physiological factors such as:
- high stress levels
- recent high fever or illness experienced within two months prior to testing
- abrupt changes in diet
Taking this initial screening test will indicate if a low amount of sperm production exists.
Up to 15% of couples experience infertility, which is defined as the failure to become pregnant after one year of unprotected, well-timed intercourse.
Because low sperm count is a leading cause of male infertility, an important first step in determining the cause of infertility is to test the sperm count.
The Male Fertility Test (SP-10 male fertility rapid test cassette) detects acrosomal protein – SP-10 found on sperm.
Since, SP-10 is a protein specific to male germ cells and cannot be found in other cells, this test is very specific for sperm and is now being used for estimating sperm concentration in semen as an aid in determining causes of infertility.
The Male Fertility Test gives a positive result when sperm concentration is above 15 million/ml in semen – a level internationally accepted as the minimum level of sperm for normal fertility.
A low sperm concentration would indicate less likelihood of conception. It would be advisable to see your medical professional who can advise what can be done to improve the sperm concentration
*Please ensure that you read the instructions for use before taking this test
If you have tested positive for a low sperm count you may want to access support from your own GP service. If you have tested negative it is likely that you have a normal sperm count.
If you are still experiencing difficulties conceiving you may wish to seek advice from your GP. Below is a link with guidance and support around conception: Trying to get pregnant - NHS
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