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Are you trying to have a baby? Want to know how your little swimmers are doing? Take the guesswork out of the process.

An at-home male fertility test will give you an easy-to-understand result that can help your journey to improving your fertility.

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SP-10 Male Fertility Rapid Test Cassette (Semen)


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  • Simple lateral flow test to approximate sperm concentration in semen.
  • Easy to use, complete test kit for sample collection and processing.
  • At-home test with results in just 5 minutes from sample application.
  • Detects sperm levels above or below 15 million/mL.

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One-third of infertility cases can be attributed to sperm.

Understanding male fertility is essential if you’re facing difficulties in conceiving. This test can help identify if you have a low sperm count allowing you to seek the right help in your fertility journey.

How can a Male Fertility Test help me?

By measuring the levels of the SP-10 protein that is only found on sperm, this test will be able to help evaluate and monitor your sperm levels.

If you think you have a low sperm count, you can also spot other potential symptoms:
• Low sex drive
• Difficulty maintaining erection
• Decreased facial hair

If you do take a fertility test, you can guarantee peace of mind.

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Easy to use sample collection

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Order your at home Male Fertility Test to estimate the levels of sperm in your semen to provide guidance for reproductive planning for couples trying to conceive.

If you do take a fertility test, you can guarantee peace of mind.

Infertility is usually defined as the inability of a couple to conceive after one year or more of unprotected, frequent sexual intercourse.  There are many different causes of infertility, both male and female. Millions of people worldwide are affected by infertility with it often having a significant impact on overall wellbeing. Approximately 20% of infertility cases are as a result of male infertility. In the male reproductive system, infertility is often caused by the absence or low levels of sperm, abnormal shape or movement of the sperm, or problems with the ejection of sperm.

The Male Fertility Test kit detects Acrosomal Protein SP-10 on sperm which is specific to male germ cells and is not found on other cell types. The test provides an approximation of the donor’s sperm count.

The results can then be used to seek further medical advice, further diagnostic investigation and to implement or monitor appropriate treatment depending on the diagnosis.

1

Receive your test kit in the post.

2

Collect the semen into the collection cup provided, cap and shake the cup, then leave to liquefy for
1 hour.

3

Transfer 0.1 mL of the semen to the sample buffer using the semen transfer device.

4

Mix the semen into the sample buffer by inverting the tube 5–10 times.

5

Transfer 2 drops of the buffer solution to the sample area (S) on the test strip.

6

Wait 5 minutes for the results to appear.

NOTE: Do not interpret before 5 minutes or after10 minutes as the results
may be inaccurate.

The Male Fertility Test kit detects Acrosomal Protein SP-10 on sperm. Following the collection of semen into the collection cup provided the sample should be allowed to liquefy. Once liquefied, the sample (semen) is added to the test buffer using the semen transfer device. SP-10 protein in the sample binds to anti-SP-10 antibodies in the buffer. When the sample is added to the test cassette, it migrates through the test cassette by capillary action. The SP-10 complex binds to antibodies in the test strip, and a colour is produced depending on the concentration of SP-10 in the specimen.

A low sperm count is classified as the presence of fewer than 15 million sperm per 1mL of semen. A positive result on the Male Fertility Test indicates a sperm concentration of over 15 million/mL. A negative result indicates a sperm concentration of under 15 million/mL.

What’s included in the Male Fertility Health Test:

1 x Test Casette
1 x Collection Cup
1 x Workstation (For holding the collection cup and buffer)
1 x Test buffer
1 x
Instructions
1 x Semen Transfer Device

Note: You will require a method of timing the process.

 

  • CE approved sample kit.
  • Results do not substantiate a medical diagnosis on their own but may be used by your doctor to help form a diagnosis or request a secondary analytical test.

All results produced from the test are intended to support medical advice to optimise your health. The results cannot be used to diagnose, treat or cure medical/health conditions.

Always seek the advice of your doctor or other qualified health provider if you have a medical condition and/or medical symptoms. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it.

Infertility is usually defined as the inability of a couple to conceive after one year or more of unprotected, frequent sexual intercourse.  There are many different causes of infertility, both male and female. Approximately 20% of infertility cases are as a result of male infertility; male infertility also plays a contributing factor in another 30-40% of all infertility cases[2] .

In the male reproductive system, infertility is often caused by the absence or low levels of sperm, abnormal shape or movement of the sperm, or problems with the ejection of sperm. A low sperm count is classified as the presence of fewer than 15 million sperm per 1mL of semen. Having a low sperm count can make it more difficult to conceive naturally.

There are many causes of low sperm count, some reversible and some irreversible.

Low sperm count may be associated with, but not limited to, the following:

  • A hormone imbalance, such as reduced hormone production (hypogonadism)
  • A genetic problem such as Klinefelter syndrome
  • Previous surgery on the testicles or hernia repairs
  • A structural problem – for example the tubes that carry the sperm being damaged or blocked by illness of injury.

Issues with sperm count may exist alongside issues with sperm morphology or motility, and female fertility issues, the results of the Male Fertility Test do not constitute a medical diagnosis and should be used as a guide to seek further medical advice with respect to fertility as a whole.

References:

  1. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4691969/
  2. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK562258/
  3. https://www.who.int/news-room/fact-sheets/detail/infertility
  4. https://www.cdc.gov/reproductivehealth/infertility/index.htm
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  • Easy-to-use test kit, no need to send sample.

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