The world of male fertility just got a little less complicated. With the launch of SpermCheck® Fertility, a home sperm test for men, couples who experience trouble conceiving can know with 98% accuracy if the problem is his sperm. Fertility tests can be expensive and invasive, but not knowing whether the male sperm counts are high enough for conception can be even more concerning.
Below are the most recent postings from SpermCheck regarding male fertility education and conception for both him and her.
November 28, 2016
If you and your partner are struggling to conceive you might want to examine your work environment, and your beer can. You know that the places we work and the materials we surround ourselves impact our health, but did you also know they can have an effect on male fertility? Commonly considered a women’s issue, Continue Reading »
October 20, 2016
A recent study found that a special type of physical therapy, the Clear Passage Approach (CPA), helps women dealing with certain infertility issues increase their chances of getting pregnant. Continue Reading »
September 21, 2016
Founder of SpermCheck®, John C. Herr, passed away unexpectedly Saturday after having participated in the Gene Arnold Memorial Special Olympics 10K Run & 2 Mile Walk at Meriwether Lewis Elementary School in Ivy. In addition to being an inventor, Herr was a professor of cell biology, urology and biomedical engineering, focusing his research on reproductive Continue Reading »
September 20, 2016
RESOLVE honors those that help improve the lives of people living with infertility with its Night of Hope awards gala, Tuesday, Nov. 15 at Chelsea Piers in New York. Continue Reading »
August 16, 2016
Many men avoid getting their fertility checked do to the unappealing process and pride. SpermCheck Fertility offers a private way for men to test their sperm. Continue Reading »