Sperm Count Test Kit for Sperm Concentration

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  • Very Accurate CE marked Home Male Fertility Test
  • Complete test kit with full instructions
  • Easy to carry out home sperm count test
  • Private results at home in under 5 minutes
  • Positive results if Fertility > 15million/ml as recommended by WHO
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Our sperm concentration test kit is an accurate, affordable and easy-to-use home test for determining sperm count. This home test gives results in 5 minutes and can be used as a accurate preliminary screening for sperm concentration / sperm count. The test works by detecting SP10, a protein that is only expressed in the testis and has been verified as an analyte for sperm concentration.

A positive test result shows that your sperm count is above 15 million sperm per milliliter of semen. A negative result shows that the count is below the 15 million sperm per milliliter threshold. In the case of a negative test result, further testing by your doctor might be needed to determine if low sperm count is causing any fertility issues

What is considered to be male infertility?

The Male Fertility test is a rapid diagnostic test of sperm concentration in semen. Sperm count is widely recognised as the major indicator of the fertility in men.

The Male Fertility test kits are a unique home test that will indicate if a man’s sperm concentration is greater or less than the devices cut off point, 15 million sperm per mL of sperm. A positive result is going to be good news although it is not proof of fertility. A negative result suggests that the man should consult with his doctor as he is close to being sub-fertile, which is not all bad news, because it does at least save a couple months of trying for a baby when there maybe issues to resolve.

This Male Fertility test kit will allow a man to test his fertility potential, privately and discreetly in his own home.

Specimen Collection

Before testing, it is important that you refrain from ejaculating for 3-7 days. This ensures that the volume and quality of sperm is at its peak and the test will then be an accurate determination of sperm count. Using masturbation, the semen should be expelled directly into a sperm collecting cup. The Test should then be carried out within a maximum of 2 hours. Once the test is carried out the result must be read within 5 minutes as the colour intensity of the test result will fade over time. As there are two tests you may like to photograph the test to compare results and also if you are unsure if the result is positive or negative. Some people have difficulty with colours and colour intensity and in these instances a photograph will help us (our contact details are below) confirm the result for you if you need to get in touch.

Test Procedure

  1. Using masturbation expel the semen directly into the collecting cup. Condoms should be avoided as many contain chemicals. The flakes at the bottom of the sperm collecting cup should NOT be removed. Gently shake the semen occasionally in the semen collecting cup and allow to stand for 15 minutes at room temperature until the semen becomes fluid. Do not use sperm that is older than 12 hours.
  2. Remove the test panel from the foil pouch and lay it horizontally on a flat surface. Using the pipette collect a sample of the semen and put three drops of semen into Sample Well marked “A”.
  3. Once the semen has soaked into Well “A” add a drop of the blue staining solution to the same Test Well “A” using one of the smaller pipettes provided.
  4. Now add two drops of the transparent washing buffer to Test Well “A”, and let it soak for 1-2 minutes, then read the results immediately.
  5. Read the colour of Test Well “A”, comparing it to Well B for reference, the darker the colour of Well A the higher the sperm count.

Interpretation Of Results

Compare colours of test Well A to reference Well B.

Positive results: The colour of test well A is darker than the standard colour of reference Well B, and that means the sperm count is greater than 15million/ml and sperm count is normal or high.

Negative (abnormal) results: The colour of test well A is lighter than the standard colour of reference Well B, and that means the count of sperm is less than 15million/ml, and sperm count is low. This is known as oligospermia (a range that is normally between 5million/ml and 15million/ml).

If well A is colourless this means the sperm count is less than 5million/ml or zero and this is known as azoospermia.

Where you are unsure of the result or you feel the result is Negative you should repeat the test either by purchasing another test kit or if you purchased the double test pack, then using the second test included in the pack (but make sure you do not partake in any sexual activity for 6 days before carrying out the second test). If the second test is also negative you should discuss the results with your doctor or medical professional.


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