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.
February 19, 2018
When it comes to making babies, men who are trying to increase their chances of fertility might want to consider tweaking their diets to improve the quantity and quality of their sperm. Since it takes two to conceive, it stands to reason that when infertility strikes — which is defined as actively trying to conceive Continue Reading »
January 30, 2018
There are plenty of misconceptions about infertility, like it’s mostly a woman’s issue (it isn’t), and guys have no biological clock (they do). But one that often gets overlooked is that couples who have already had a child are fertile (not necessarily). Continue Reading »
December 13, 2017
Men are solely responsible for 20-30% of infertility cases. Here are some things to know that will help you move past your concerns and get tested.
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November 20, 2017
We've sorted out some facts vs myths in regards to male infertility. Does age, cellphones, biking, hot tub usage, or stress really impact infertility? Continue Reading »
October 20, 2017
Any couple who has experienced infertility knows that it can become just as much an emotional issue as it is a physical one. Years of unsuccessfully trying to get pregnant can take a toll on your psyche, weaken your resolve, and even lead to depression. All of these are common problems for the millions of Continue Reading »