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Newfoundland Male Fertility Test

£8.32

The Newfoundland Male Fertility Test is a rapid self-test for the qualitative detection of sperm concentration in human semen. Test results of less than 15 million cells/ml are an indicator of male infertility, and provide guidance for reproductive planning for the eligible couples.
 
Accuracy: >98%
Certification: CE Self-Test | MHRA

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Description

The Newfoundland Male Fertility Test is a rapid self-test for the qualitative detection of sperm concentration in semen. Abnormal results will be shown if less than 15 million sperm cells/ml are detected which can be an indicator of male infertility.

● Accuracy: 98.2%
● Certifications: CE self-test | MHRA
● Specimen: Semen
● Result time: 5 minutes

About The Newfoundland Male Fertility Test

The Newfoundland Male Fertility Test is a rapid test for the qualitative detection of acrosomal protein SP-10 found on sperms to estimate sperm concentration in human semen above or below 15 million / mL. Sperm concentration can be used to assist diagnosis of male infertility, and provide guidance for reproductive planning for the eligible couples.

Sperm concentration is one of the primary factors used by physicians to diagnose male infertility. There are many reasons why a man may be infertile and therefore unable to fertilise the female ovum during reproduction. One primary, and most common reason, is an abnormally low production of viable sperm cells.

Other reasons include over production of inactive, weak, or deformed sperm cells, high levels of other cells in the semen that interfere with fertilisation, or other physiological factors. Medical or physical conditions may also interfere with normal sperm cell production, including high stress, recent high fever or illness experienced within two months prior to testing, and abrupt changes in diet. Taking this initial screening test will indicate if a low amount of sperm production exists.

The Newfoundland Male Fertility Test gives a positive result, when sperm concentration is above 15million/ml in semen – a level internationally accepted as the minimum level of sperm for normal fertility. A low sperm concentration would indicate less likelihood of conception.

It would be advisable to see your medical professional who can advise what can be done to improve the sperm concentration.

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