Get the most complete fertility test for men.
We analyze the most important sperm health factors to give you an understanding of your ability to conceive.
We test your sample in our secure & CLIA-certified biolab in California and write up a full report based on the results.
Volume refers to the amount of semen in your sample (measured in mL). Volume can fluctuate quite a bit depending on when you last ejaculated.
Sperm concentration is the number of sperm per mL in a semen sample.
Sperm count is the total number of sperm in the entire sample. To determine the sperm count, sperm concentration is multiplied by the total volume of the sample.
Sperm motility refers to the percentage of sperm that are swimming in a sample. This is important in fertility because sperm need to swim to reach and fertilize an egg.
This is regarded as the most important factor for male fertility- it is the result of multiplying sample volume, concentration, and motility.
Sperm morphology refers to the shape of your sperm. A typical sample only has about 4%-20% of normal shaped sperm cells. Shocking? Well, you’re making 1,500 per second, so there’s bound to be some errors!
We offer convenient and affordable cryopreservation (storage) of your sperm to protect your fertility for years to come. Your sperm gradually degrades with age, and can be greatly affected by your health and lifestyle. Our cryopreservation offering is the only mail-in option that includes an STI test to ensure your sample can be used at your preferred clinic.Learn More
Average costUpwards of $500 or more
AwkwardProvide your sample awkwardly in a clinic
ConvenientProvide your sample in the comfort of your home
DependentWait for your doctor to send you your results
Your callGet your results as soon as our CLIA-certified lab approves them
Every sample is stored under lock and key in our state-of-the-art lab as it awaits analysis. Once a sample is analyzed, it is immediately destroyed.Learn more
We take your privacy seriously. Your results are kept anonymous, and are only shared with you (and with your doctor, if you choose).Learn more