Has anyone done an at home semen analysis test? If so where did you get it & do you know if it was accurate? dh had his tested a couple of months ago and it was very low (4mil) he has made some big lifestyle changes and has been taking several vitamins & herbal supplements. I wanted him to get checked again but I thought maybe we could try it at home this time.
My husband and I did Fertel...it is $100 and it contains a female and male testing kit. You are able to buy just the male one on their website. However, my husband I performed this test at home and mine came back fine (ovarian reserve) and his came back as, well, basically go see a doctor! So we did and he had a professional one PLUS a testosterone test as well and they came back normal. It is suppose to be 95 % accurate, and granted, we may not have, how do I say this nicely.....well, deposited the speciman into the container...correctly! LOL! So just make sure you following the instructions on that because it can affect the results. The male test is $50 I believe and they have a great website!
I did one at home, but it wasn't a full on SA test. THe one done in the docs office checks a ton of things. The ones they sell over the internet or in the drug store will tell you if the count is greater than 20million per ML.
We bought ours over internet and I've seen them at CVS - called Male Infertility Test. Cost about $45.00
Otherwise you cannot do a full on SA at home. You can't check things like motility and what not and those are important factors in the SA.
But the ones to use at home will give you an idea where you're at.
Well I suppose you could do a full-on SA at home if you're a geneticist like sheri1972, but duh...most of us aren't . You can get one at CVS or Walgreens and it will tell you if the count is high enough...otherwise things infertility doctors want/need need to be done in the lab.
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