Trying to conceive can be a stressful for time for couples, and the longer you wait the harder it can be. But there are steps you can take to give you and your partner the best possible chance of getting pregnant.Infertility affects nearly 3.5 million people every year living in the UK and 40-50% of those conception problems are directly related to males. Despite this, it can take up to a year to receive sperm testing analysis on the NHS.
Now there’s an easy way to check sperm count at home – with SpermCheck® Fertility. The unique at-home screening test determines whether a man has normal or low sperm count. SpermCheck® Fertility gives you clear results that are 98% accurate in 10 minutes and is as reliable as a lab test, private, convenient and affordable.
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