SpermCheck Fertility is an easy-to-use home fertility test for men. Find out if low sperm count is affecting your fertility from the comfort of your own home.
SpermCheck Fertility is an easy-to-use at-home test for checking the concentration of sperm in semen. Using SpermCheck, you’ll find out in minutes if your sperm count is in the “normal” range (above 20 million sperm per milliliter, as described by the World Health Organization).
Reading the results of the Sperm Check male fertility test is simple; you either get a positive or negative result. A positive result means that your sperm count is above 20 million sperm per milliliter of semen. A negative result signifies that the count is under the 20 million sperm per milliliter threshold, and more testing by your physician may be needed.
Best of all, the SpermCheck test can be performed in the privacy of your own home, giving you crucial information about your fertility status – without the anxiety or inconvenience that often goes along with a clinical semen analysis.
Why Test Your Sperm Count?
Low sperm count is one of the main causes of reproductive problems in couples having a hard time conceiving. 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.
There are many benefits to determining early on if sperm count is a problem for you. The sooner an issue is pinpointed, the sooner proper treatment can be started. Possible treatments include over-the-counter male fertility supplements (such as clinically-tested FertilAid for Men), prescription drugs, or varicocele surgery.
How To Use SpermCheck Fertility
Using the SpermCheck Male Fertility Test is simple with results given in less than 30 minutes; complete detailed instructions are packed with each test kit. Please be sure that you read the full test instructions provided in the test insert before conducting the test.
What Should I Do if the Test Indicates a Low Sperm Count?
Sperm count has a direct correlation to the chances of conceiving. The more sperm you have to start with, the greater the chance you have that one sperm will find its way to the egg, and conversely, the fewer sperm you produce, the lower the likelihood is that one will be able to successfully fertilize the egg. For some couples in which the man has a low sperm count, a medical procedure such as in vitro fertilization (IVF) is required to achieve pregnancy. The cost of IVF is out of the reach of many couples, but rest assured, there are options ahead of facing IVF.
A number of factors can contribute to a low sperm count, such as a man’s age, whether he smoke or carries excess weight, and whether he has any vitamin, mineral, antioxidant or amino acid deficiencies in his body. Supplementation is an excellent step to take early on if low sperm count is detected.
FertilAid for Men is a non-prescription, dietary supplement designed to help improve a man’s sperm count, as well as motility and morphology. FertilAid consists of key vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and amino acids that have been demonstrated to improve these sperm parameters. A double-blind, placebo-controlled study published in the American Society of Andrology’s Annual Proceedings for 2009 indicated that supplementation with FertilAid for Men increases the total number of motile sperm a man produces.