Couples trying to conceive often want to find out the causes behind difficulties getting pregnant. And while women are more likely to seek for help, it is often very difficult to make a man check his health condition.That’s why many will find more comfortable checking such intimate issues at the comfort of their home.
SpermCheck Fertility Test for men that is the only FDA-approved at-home screening test for men is now available over-the-counter for everyone who is willing to test their sperm count.
It is known that in half of all cases of infertility the problem is attributed to men’s health. Sperm count is one of the common causes of male infertility. SpermCheckdetermines if the sperm count is normal or low, which will help men find out, if they need further evaluation.
The test was developed by Dr. John Herr, Ph.D., director of the Center of Cell Biology at the University of Virginia and is claimed to be 98 percent accurate.
The testing takes about 10 minutes and the reading is easy just as with regular pregnancy tests.
More info at SpermCheck.com