THE LAUNCH OF THE SPECIAL SWIMCOUNT CONDOM

THE LAUNCH OF THE SPECIAL SWIMCOUNT CONDOM

June 28, 2017

A new special SwimCount Condom to collect the semen sample

Our new special SwimCount Condom is without spermicide and is specially made for the SwimCount Sperm Quality Test

 

The SwimCount Condom without spermicide is not killing the sperm cells as opposed to most of today’s standard condoms and has further been produced of an extraordinary good natural rubber quality. 

For certain religions it is not acceptable that the man masturbates himself. It could then be a rather good solution "win-win!" for the Man/Woman and/or the Couple to collect the sample in a condom for the SwimCount Sperm Quality Test.

It should be used as a normal condom but with no lubricants (sylvia on the outside of the condom is OK) just to make sure that nothing get mixed with the semen sample and here after gives a false result in the SwimCount Sperm Quality Test.

Why develop a special SwimCount Condom?

Our SwimCount Sperm Quality tests has an accuracy level of 95 percent and therefore, doctors and pharmacies in several markets started to recommend our SwimCount test. Normal condoms have spermicide on them, which is of course meant to kill the good sperm cells and therefore these cannot be used to collect a semen sample for the Sperm Quality Test. It is undesirable because we want to test sperm quality and to make SwimCount even more convenient to use, we decided to developed a special condom without spermicide so that couples could collect the sperm sample during intercourse.

And we are satisfied - this is the result!

Click here to read the blog post in Danish.

 



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