1 A positive home fertility test for men may reassure you and your partner that he has enough sperm, so you may decide to try for another 6 months or more before seeking medical evaluation. Every month that you fail to get pregnant, you are losing 700 to 1,000 irreplaceable eggs. Once you use up all of your eggs, that is it! You can no longer have a baby.
2 If you have been trying for more than 12 months to get pregnant, then you should have a proper infertility work up done. Sometimes when a man knows that he has enough sperm prior to an infertility appointment, it takes the pressure off him a bit, as now in his mind he feels “he is not to blame”. But this is not always the case.
3 On the other hand, a positive home fertility test for men may result in your partner not seeing a specialist, as he has just proved to you that his sperm count is good, if he is also uneducated as to the many aspects of a semen analysis.
4 A negative home fertility test for men may cause you and your partner a lot of worry, but hopefully will force you to seek medical evaluation in order to understand why the test is negative. Sperm counts vary from one ejaculation to another.
5 I fear some men may turn to home fertility test for men in order to determine whether or not their male sterilization worked, relying solely on a negative test result in place of a proper semen analysis. Research shows that about 1/3rd of men fail to return to see their urologist after a vasectomy (male sterilization), and 2/3 never show up for their second follow up appointment.
Following up after having a vasectomy is critical to making sure that NO sperm is getting into seminal fluid. It takes only one sperm to impregnate an egg. One in every 100 male sterilizations fail, and the partner gets pregnant.
The male sperm is the DNA of future babies and defective sperm create defected pregnancies. If you are trying to get pregnant, then there are many things you can do to help improve sperm count naturally and there are many things that sabotage your chances of trying to conceive that you should stop doing, even when you have a good sperm count and a normal semen analysis. Learn more about the Lumalove trying to conceive Formula® by clicking HERE
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