The new home test kit, developed by University of Virginia Health System cell biologist John C Herr, based on a protein in sperm can assist couples in determining if a man's sperm count is normal, low, or very low.
SpermCheck Fertility recently underwent clinical and consumer studies to evaluate its accuracy and ease of use. The device is an advance on the SpermCheck Vasectomy technology, also developed by Herr, which is already cleared by the FDA. By measuring sperm levels at 20 million sperm per milliliter and 5 million sperm per milliliter, Herr says that men can determine if they have normal levels of sperm, low levels (between 5 million and 20 million per milliliter) and very low sperm levels (below 5 million).
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