How to Use

The SpermCheck® Fertility Test is easy to use and the results are available in 10 minutes. Detailed instructions are included with each test kit and are here (click here SpermCheck® Fertility instructions). To ensure accurate test results, please read the test instructions thoroughly before performing the test.

How to Read the Test Results

A Positive Test Result

If you see a Test Line (at the T Position) in the results window, your sperm count is at least 20 million per milliliter. About 90% of fertile men have sperm counts above 20 million per milliliter, so a positive test result indicates that your sperm counts are at the level needed for conception.

A Negative Test Result

If you do not see a Test Line (at the T position) in the results window, your sperm count is less than 20 million per milliliter. On average, 10% of fertile men have sperm counts below the 20 million per milliliter mark, which means a negative test is not definitive. You should consult a doctor about possible treatments for sub-fertility, especially if you and your partner have been unsuccessfully trying to start a family.

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An Invalid Test Result

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If you do not see a Control Line (at the C position) in the results window, your test did not run correctly and the results are not valid. You should test again with a new sample and a new SpermCheck® Fertility kit. Wait at least 48 hours, but not more than 7 days after your last ejaculation to retest.