10-20% of all couples or singles experience a period of involuntary childlessness. In other words, you try to get pregnant in vain for more than 1-2 years without success.
The reasons can be many. In 1/3 of the cases the cause is found in the woman, in 1/3 of the cases it is found in the man, while the cause must be found in both the man and the woman in the last third of the cases. With our sperm quality test from Danish Swimcount, you can get an answer to your sperm quality in 30 minutes
If it turns out that the sperm quality is not good, you can use the answer to choose to seek help from the doctor or the hospital.
How does SwimCount work?
Unlike other sperm quality tests on the market, the SwimCount Sperm Test also measures the quality of the man's sperm sample by measuring the number of Progressive Motile Sperm Cells (PMSCs). It does this because the PMSC is the only type of sperm cell that is able to swim and fertilize an egg. So it is the only type of sperm that can make a woman pregnant. If you look at other sperm tests on the market, these measure both the good and the bad sperm, which can make it difficult to get an accurate answer to the sperm quality if there is a desire for pregnancy.
The SwimCount Sperm Quality Test measures your Progressive Motile Sperm. That is, the number of sperm that can swim.
There are three chambers in the device and only the progressive motile sperm can swim from chamber 1 to chamber two. The progressive motile sperm cells are stained with a dye in chamber 2 and produce color in chamber 3 (the result window) The more progressive motile sperm cells in the semen sample, the darker the color in chamber 3 becomes.
The test is 96% accurate compared to a sperm sample that a fertility doctor will analyze under a microscope
Here's how you do it:
Read the user manual
Take the test out of the packaging
Produce your sperm sample in the semen cup and let the sperm sample stand for 30 minutes.
After the 30 minutes, stir the semen sample 10 times with the syringe.
Extract 0.5 ml. into the syringe.
Place the test unit on a flat surface and add the semen sample into the filling chamber marked 1.
Push the slide handle forward until you hear a click.
Wait 30 minutes.
Then pull the trigger back until you hear a click.
Read the result in the test window. Compare the color of the result with the table in the instructions for use and get an answer on how the quality of your sperm looks.
Contents: Test set and instructions for use
See how to use the SwimCount Semen Quality Test here: