Did you know that couples can test their fertility status themselves?

Did you know that couples can test their fertility status themselves?

October 05, 2016

Did you know that today, it is possible for both the woman and the man to test their fertility status in the comfort of their own home?

With the SwimCount Sperm Quality Test, the man can test how his sperm quality is and with ovulation tests, the woman can find out when she is ovulating - and thereby knowing when it is the best time trying making a baby. 

Have a look at our new video about the importance of testing both the woman's and the man's fertility status!

 

SwimCount and Ovulation Test

SwimCount and Ovulation Tests



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