Article in The Sun: Is your man firing blanks?

Article in The Sun: Is your man firing blanks?

September 05, 2018

Is your man firing blanks?

One in seven UK couples are having difficulty getting pregnant and experts reckon that the problem is down to men in 40 to 50 per cent of cases

Thesun.co.uk has made en article where 4 different men take our SwimCount Sperm Quality Test and are totally honest about their test results🤞😎

Some of their thoughts and comments are as follows:

  • "Even though I am happily single, my fertility is something that has always been in the back of my mind." "Men need to know this just as much as women do."
    - Jonathan Medina, 32
  • "If I'm honest, I’m nervous about this. I’ve had to do a bit of soul searching first."
    Kevin Buxton, 48
  • "...this has been a real wake-up call for me."
    Jon Baugh, 45
  • "I think it's a brilliant idea to sell these kits in the supermarket. For men it is off-putting having to discuss these matters with a doctor or a nurse."
    Nemo Paoletti, 42

Read their full reviews of the SwimCount Test in the article here.

👉 SwimCount is available world-wide through our local websites which can be found here on www.swimcount.com/pages/countries 👈

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