Take a sperm quality test early in the process to be aware if you have to do some adjustments in your life, to improve your sperm quality. Also, sperm quality decreases with age, so if you are trying for a baby, every day counts, so testing the sperm sooner rather than later can pay off.
There are several ways to perform a sperm test, but there are only two options, if you want to measure the Progressive Motile Sperm Cells (PMSCs) concentration. PMSCs are the only sperm cells that can reach and fertilize a female egg in a natural way. Your two options are visiting a fertility clinic or taking a SwimCount™ Sperm Quality Test. The SwimCount™ Sperm Quality Test requires less in terms of both purchase costs and “human costs”, also known as tangible and intangible costs.