Our mail-in semen analysis tests optimize workflows for your clinic and staff, improve the patient experience, and yield valuable insights into your patient's health and fertility.
Working With Us
How It Works
Our mail-in semen analysis tests dramatically improve the experience of patients and clinic staff members, achieving compliance rates of up to 95%† compared to an established average of about 50% for in-office testing**—without sacrificing accuracy of results.
Give a Fellow kit to your patient for them to take home, or ship a kit directly to them.
When ready to produce their sample, your patient registers their kit, completes the test, and mails it back to Fellow's CLIA-certified lab.
We analyze your patient's sample and turn the results around in less than 2 business days*.
We deliver comprehensive and easy-to-understand results directly to you and your patient.
Our Clinic Portal
Our clinic portal saves you time and hassle by giving you a way to view your patients' testing progress and results.
Our team works closely with you to be sure your clinic has everything it needs to successfully offer patients a smooth, positive experience—and to answer questions if you need help.
We start by working with your clinic to identify how we can improve your workflows, while also solving for improved patient compliance and satisfaction.
During onboarding we'll walk you through the clinic portal, offer best practices for stocking and storing Fellow tests, and supply you with patient collateral.
Your time—and your patients’—is important to us. We answer questions typically within the hour.
Our peer-reviewed, patent-pending technology is validated to stabilize sperm for up to 52 hours while en route to our lab. Our proprietary algorithm accounts for sperm's natural rate of degradation over time, allowing us to calculate a sample's metrics accurately—as if it was produced in a clinic.Learn more
Fellow's validation study, published in the peer-reviewed journal Fertility and Sterility, demonstrated the accuracy of the Fellow test. Our mail-in semen analysis testing system has a strong degree of correlation between 1-hour and delayed SA testing. This test may be used in clinical practice to evaluate semen quality for fertility evaluations.Read the publication
An independent review of our validation study noted the benefits of Fellow 's accurate mail-in test:"The ability to perform at-home semen analyses testing has numerous clinical and patient implications, including reducing patient anxiety, improving convenience, and potentially the ability to see higher levels of patient compliance"—Thomas A. Masterson, M.D. & Premal Patel, M.D.Read the publication
With patient consent, each test contributes to a biobank of semen samples that can be used to yield breakthroughs across medical disciplines.
As a high-volume vasectomy provider, Fellow post-vasectomy testing is the perfect solution for my patients as well as my practice. My patients are now able to complete their post-vasectomy semen analysis from the privacy of their own home, thereby increasing patient compliance. Once they complete testing, Fellow sends results to both me and my patient, decreasing the call volume into my practice previously required to communicate results.David Robbins, MDUrologist at Urological Consultants of Florida, Miami, FL
We offer urologists, fertility specialists, and OBGYNs around the country a variety of options to make our tests accessible to your patients. Request more information to hear from one of our local representatives, or write us directly at email@example.com.Request information
* Turn around time of less than 2 days from receipt of sample to report.
† Patient compliance compares tests ordered in a 6 month period to tests accessioned anytime up to 6 months after the order period.
** Multiple publications report only 1 in 2 patients complete post-vasectomy semen analysis, including  Bradshaw (Hseih) et al., Urology, 2019, doi: 10.1016/j.urology.2019.10.026,  Duplisea and Whelan, Journal of Urology, 2013, doi: 10.1016/j.juro.2013.01.062 and  Johnson (Siegert) et al., Andrology & Gynecology: Current Research, 2019.