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image-3.jpgMale Fertility Test: Why do I need this test?

The male must produce a sufficient number of normal, actively moving sperm in order to achieve conception and according to he World Health Organisation a man needs 20 million sperm per mL to be considered fertile. The Babystart™ Home Test is a unique home test that will identify whether a mans sperm concentration is greater or less than 20 million per mL.

A positive result is going to be good news although its not proof of fertility. There are many reasons why a man may be infertile, that is unable to father a child. One important reason is a low amount of sperm in semen. Other reasons could be inactive or incompletely formed sperm cells, high levels of other cells in the semen that interfere with fertilization, or other factors. Medical or physical conditions including stress, high fever, experienced within 2 months prior to testing, exercise, traveling and changes in diet can all have an effect. Your doctor can explain all this to you.

A negative result is not all bad news because it saves you months of trying to have a baby - in this case we suggest you get along to the doctor for professional help and advice.

This test can help to identify the potential of male fertility in the privacy of your home.

Male Sperm Count : How Does it Work?

The Babystart™ Home Diagnostic Screening Test Kit is a rapid test of sperm concentration in semen. It will measure sperm either as being above or below the recognised cut-off level of 20 million sperm cells per milliLitre (ml) recommended by the World Health Organisation (WHO). Two test results of less than 20 million per ml are an indicator of male infertility.

The Test kit works by staining the sperm cells in the semen sample to produce a blue colour.

The Fertilcount Sperm Count Test is available to purchase from Pride Angel's Shop for one of the lowest prices available.

Read more about Pride Angel's Male Fertility Tests

Posted: 01/03/2010 08:07:48


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