The SpermCheck Male Fertility Sperm Count Home Test Kit contains the following: SpermCheck Device (in a sealed pouch) S ... more details
Sperm Count Check Home Test Kit
When trying to conceive, it is equally important for both the woman and man to be able to do their parts. For the man, this means having a proper sperm count to increase the chances of conception.
Men are considered to have a low sperm count, also known as oligospermia, if they have fewer than 15 -20 million sperm per milliliter of semen. And even though men with low sperm count are still able to father a child, it does decrease the odds that a sperm will fertilize their partners' eggs, resulting in pregnancy.
With TestCountry's sperm count test kits, couples who are trying to conceive can easily and affordably check to see if the male partner's sperm count is in the normal range and can do so in the comfort and privacy of their own home.
This sperm count home test is simple to use and comes with everything you need to take and test a sample and interpret the results.