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Test Your Sperm On An App For Your Smartphone Have you been trying to conceive for a while but has not just happened yet? Your wife have tried lots of things already like ovulation predictor kits. You also tried purchasing a sperm count kit–however, it is a product made only to count the sperm and not how well they move. Luckily, a certain kit is now available in the U.S. market and this comes with the capability to not only count sperm but see as well how they swim. As to how this work, a product uses an app and mini-microscope “clip” that will be attached on the top your phone, letting your device access the phone’s light, focus and recording capabilities. Then you put a sample on a slide (similar to what you did in high school biology class), stick it into the clip, and wait for two minutes to show you the movement of the sperm on the phone screen. After another minute, the test results will show up. While waiting, you can entertain yourself by answering some cheeky “sperm trivia” to lighten the mood. The app will be recording the video and the results so you can always watch it again whenever you want to. The sperm count app can be trusted as it has gone through extensive testing for over for years, according to Marcia Deutsch, CEO of Medical Electronic Systems. Moreover, the technology can accurately read the sperm sample 99 percent of the time just as long you use it according to everything the instructions tell you. Based on FDA studies of 316 participants, the results are more than 97 percent accurate. Buyers will have to take note though that since the produce is sold over-the-counter, the test cannot reveal actual values, instead it gives a reading of “low” or “moderate/normal” based on World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines for sperm motility and concentration. The test gives a report on the composite of these two parameters called “motile sperm concentration,” or the number of moving sperm.
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The home test is just the first step to finding out whether you have fertility issue or not. In case the results show a low count, you will have to head to a fertility clinic to have another test done and see if the results match. Aside from the motility and concentration though, you will need to go check out the morphology, which is how many normally shaped sperm there are. You will want a doctor to look at this aspect as well. Now, if you have already done all the home tests and they returned normal, see a doctor if you still have not conceived in one year, or six months if you are aged over 35.The Best Advice on Options I’ve found