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Sperm Count Tests In Your Smartphone Have you been trying to conceive for a while but has not just happened yet? Your wife purchased ovulation predictor kits. You also tried purchasing a sperm count kit–however, it is a product made only to count the sperm and not how well they move. Luckily, a certain kit is now available in the U.S. market and this comes with the capability to not only count sperm but see as well how they swim. As to how this work, a product uses an app and mini-microscope “clip” that will be attached on the top your phone, letting your device access the phone’s light, focus and recording capabilities. The kit is very easy to use as you simply need to prepare the sample on a slide (like the one you did in biology class), stick it into the clip and after two minutes, you will see the actual movement of the sperm on your phone screen. In another minute or so, you will be getting the test results. While waiting, you can entertain yourself by answering some cheeky “sperm trivia” to lighten the mood. You will be getting a copy of the video and the results in the app. To make this product accurate, extensive training for over four years have been made, as detailed by Marcia Deutsch, CEO of Medical Electronic Systems. 99 percent of the time, the technology is able to read the sperm sample but only if you follow every instructions given. Based on FDA studies of 316 participants, the results are more than 97 percent accurate. Buyers will have to take note though that since the produce is sold over-the-counter, the test cannot reveal actual values, instead it gives a reading of “low” or “moderate/normal” based on World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines for sperm motility and concentration. The test reports a combination of the two parameters and it is called as the “motile sperm concentration,” or the number of moving sperm.
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Just like any home test, users have to remember that the sperm count app is just the first step to figuring out if you have a fertility issue. In case the results show a low count, you will have to head to a fertility clinic to have another test done and see if the results match. Also, there is one more piece to the sperm puzzle that you have to take note of–morphology, which is how the many normally shaped sperm there are. You will want a doctor to look at this aspect as well. Now, if you have already done all the home tests and they returned normal, see a doctor if you still have not conceived in one year, or six months if you are aged over 35.Study: My Understanding of Technology