How To Test Your Sperm Count at Home Using Water
The following guide covers how to test your sperm to give an indication of your male fertility levels, whilst also detailing what steps to take if the results are less than positive.
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To most newlyweds, trying to conceive is a natural process and usually the fun part of getting married, but things start to look grim when all doesn’t go as planned. If you and your partner have been trying unsuccessfully to become pregnant, there could be several reasons for this. One of those may be due to low sperm count.
Here are the steps you can follow to test your sperm count at home using water:
- Get a sample of semen.
- Fill a container with water.
- Pour semen into the water container.
- Observe the semen for changes.
While infertility and the inability to conceive can be due to issues between either one of or both spouses, this article will discuss issues of low sperm count. It explains how sperm count can be tested using water, details the various outcomes of the test, and discusses how to treat a low sperm count.
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