How to Test Sperm

Why Your Partner Should Test His Sperm

Click here to learn about why it's important for your boyfriend, husband, or partner to test his sperm.

Should my husband, boyfriend or partner test his sperm and fertility?

It's important that men understand their fertility because men are half of the equation, and male factor infertility also comprises 40-50% of all infertility--with about 2% of all men exhibiting suboptimal sperm parameters.

Sometimes individuals do not start thinking about their own fertility until they are actively trying to conceive or they are experiencing infertility. However, one does not need to wait until these times to think about or better understand their reproductive health.

Men can be proactive with their fertility by getting their fertility tested, so they can be in the best position possible for having kids when they are ready.  

Male fertility testing can help to identify potential male fertility issues that may contribute to challenges in conceiving naturally. If male factor infertility or fertility-related problems are detected early, men can be advised accordingly and directed towards the right treatment plans, lifestyle changes, etc., which could save time and money down the line.

A semen analysis is a part of male fertility testing, and now men can collect in the comfort of convenience of home, instead of having to deposit at a sperm bank or clinic.  

Knowledge is power; and, with knowledge comes optionality. By having your significant other get a semen analysis, you as a couple can have more information and optionality.

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