SpermCheck Fertility Test Kit

SpermCheck Fertility Test Kit

The SpermCheck test can be conducted in the privacy of your own home,

providing you with helpful information regarding your fertile status – without the

embarrassment or inconvenience that often accompanies a clinical semen analysis.

Why Test Your Sperm Count?

Low sperm count is one of the main causes of fertility issues in couples experiencing difficulty in conceiving.

Simply put, the fewer sperm a man produces, the lower the likelihood is that one of them will be able to successfully fertilize the egg.

There are obvious benefits to determining if sperm count is an issue for you.

The sooner an issue is identified, the sooner appropriate treatment can be started.

Possible treatments include over the counter-male fertility supplements, prescription drugs, or varicocele surgery.


Product Features

  • SpermCheck Fertility is an easy-to-use at-home test for determining the concentration of sperm in semen.
  • Know within minutes whether your sperm count is within the “normal” range.
  • A positive result indicates that your sperm count is above 20 million sperm per milliliter of semen.
  • A negative result indicates that the count is below the 20 million sperm per milliliter threshold, and further testing by your doctor may be warranted.
  • Low sperm count is one of the main causes of fertility issues in couples experiencing difficulty in conceiving.

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  1. Good product For those of us who are anxious to have children and may be having problems doing so this product will help to ease your mind a little. While the accuracy is 97% that of a standard lab done at a doctors office I will take those odds any day of the week. If only to help keep the cost of having a child down. Keep in mind when they say to wait 7 minutes before reading the results they most certainly mean it. The C line (indicating that the test was done properly) showed up right way but it wasn’t until almost exactly 7 minutes that the T line (indicating that you are indeed shooting 20 parts per million, or whatever the math is on that) finally showed up. Just follow the directions exactly as they have been written and keep the “work area” clean of possible contaminates and you should be good to go. Best of luck to you!

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  2. Chasing Thirty "Tara" says:

    Probably best to pay $80 for semen analysis at a lab, but the product has good intentions. Nothing intrinsically wrong with this product. Pros-the test arrived on time, and the expiraiton date was more than 6 months away. It arrived in good shape. It does take a few hoops to jump through to get the test completed- for example, the test subject cannot ejaculate at a minimum 48 hours prior to taking the test- so plan accordingly and there are 4 or 5 steps involved to get the test completed. Cons- much like a cheap pregnancy or ovulation test you may run into this dilemma- “do I see the line? Is that a line? Or am I imagining it? In one light it looks like a line, but in another light, there may not actually be a line there!” My husband has poor vision, my vision is excellent. If I hadn’t been there with my good eyesight, he could have thought the results were negative, the line was that faint. Now, if you go to the website, it says that if there is any line there at all, no matter how faint, the test is positive. I think we’re now actually left with more anxiety because we’re not sure about the results and we either need to buy another test or take a sample to the lab. For another $40ish dollars the lab gives you fully definitive results- motility, composition, the works. Probably the better choice.

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