New Home Test Checks Sperm Count

It's the first kit to win FDA approval
By Matt Cantor,  Newser Staff
Posted Feb 21, 2012 2:09 PM CST
New Home Test Checks Sperm Count
A new home test lets you count your own sperm.   (Shutterstock)

If you've ever questioned your sperm count but weren't thrilled with the idea of dropping by a clinic, worry no longer: For the first time, you can get an FDA-approved home test. The $30 to $40 SpermCheck Fertility Home Sperm Test, available at and, says it's 98% accurate. "Sure, it's funny to talk about, but it could also truly change the way couples (and singles) approach conception," writes Brent Rose at Gizmodo. While nearly half of conception problems are on the male side, men are far more reluctant to head to a clinic for a checkup, he notes. (Read more sperm count stories.)

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