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Test Your Sperm On An App For Your Smartphone Have you been trying to conceive for a while but has not just happened yet? Your wife even bought an ovulation predictor kit. Maybe you already got yourself a sperm count kit but the one you bought can only count the amount of sperm and not how well they move. That is all going to change now as the first FDA-approved test using a smartphone app only to count sperm and test how well they swim has arrived in the U.S. market. The kit comes with a tool, an app and a mini-microscope “clip” that goes on the top your phone, permitting the device to use your phone’s light, recording capabilities and focus. Then you put a sample on a slide (similar to what you did in high school biology class), stick it into the clip, and wait for two minutes to show you the movement of the sperm on the 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. The app will be recording the video and the results so you can always watch it again whenever you want to. To make this product accurate, extensive training for over four years have been made, as detailed by Marcia Deutsch, CEO of Medical Electronic Systems. Deutsch also said that the technology is capable of reading sperm sample 99 percent of the time, as long as you follow the instructions correctly. If it is able to read the results, they are more than 97 percent accurate based on FDA studies of 316 participants of the study. 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 gives a report on the composite of these two parameters called “motile sperm concentration,” or the number of moving sperm.
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The home test is just the first step to finding out whether you have fertility issue or not. So if the results come back low, you will have to go the fertility clinic to have a test done and confirm the results. Aside from the motility and concentration though, you will need to go check out the morphology, which is how 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.The Key Elements of Great Technology

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