If you need expert help regarding your SwimCount™ product or help reading your test result, please send us an e-mail at email@example.com and we will assist you. Remember to note from where you have bought your SwimCount™ test + attach a picture of your test result (taken within 5 minutes for a valid result!), the LOT NO and Expiry Date stated on the side of the pack for a quicker feedback.
Some Frequently Asked Questions are stated below:
How does the SwimCount™ Test work?
There are three chambers in the device. Only Progressive Motile Sperm Cells (PMSCs) can swim from chamber no. 1 (Sample Chamber) into chamber no. 2 (Separation Chamber). The PMSCs get stained with a dye in chamber no. 2, which produces the color in chamber no. 3 (Detection and Result Window). The more PMSCs in the semen sample, the darker the color in the Detection and Result Window. A PMSC is the only sperm cell that can fertilize an egg.
How do I use the SwimCount Test?
Please watch the video with Instructions For Use here:
You can also download the full Instructions For Use here.
How do I read the result?
Please download this guide on how to read the results: Guide to Readouts.
Are there any factors that I should be aware of that can destroy the test result?
Yes, the following can destroy the result:
How long time will the result be staying in the device?
Is there anything I can do to improve my progressive motile sperm count?
The following may help to improve your sperm quality:
How accurate is SwimCount™?
Why is SwimCount™ better than the other test kits already available on the market?
Has SwimCount™ been approved by the authorities?Yes, SwimCount™ is approved by the following authorities.
The SwimCount™ Team has a clear strategy for ensuring the safety of our employees, especially those who are potentially more exposed to Corona. Therefore, the employees that can, are working from home these days.
But we are fully operational and we are more than happy to ship your orders via UPS. 😊
This means that there are no excuses for spending some time at home to test your swimmers! 😉