1 ExSeed Analysis Device (CE marked)
- 2 Collection cups and lids
- 2 Sample slides
- 2 wipes
Instructions for Use
Free access to the ExSeed App
- The tests come in discreet packaging and only take 15 minutes to get results.
- ExSeed fertility experts will be ready for any questions and will help guide you on your journey.
ExSeed Health will exchange/refund based on the terms of this exchange and refund policy provided:
- The claim is made within 14 days of purchase
- The information provided is complete and accurate
- Submitted evidence supports the claim that the goods are unused
- The product has not, in our opinion, been mis-handled
or used for other than the person intended.
This product is available only for UK and EU customers. Average shipping is 2-4 working days.
*ExSeed will contact you directly with delivery information. Your details will be used to contact you about your order only.
How a home sperm test works
How ExSeed measure sperm
The ExSeed Home Sperm Test measures the Total Motile Sperm Count. This is the total amount of sperm cells moving forward per ejaculate. This number is one of the best predictors of male fertility because it measures the amount of sperm cells that could possibly reach the egg after intercourse. The number is made up of the three measurement volume, concentration and motility.
Semen volume is the total quantity of fluid ejaculated. A normal volume is more than 1.5ml. Below that is called Hypospermia and can, for example, be caused by hormonal abnormalities or ductal blockage.
Sperm concentration is a measurement of how many sperm cells there are in each milliliter of semen. A normal concentration is above 15 million sperm cells per milliliter. Being below 15 million sperm cells per milliliter is referred to as oligospermia, and it is called azoospermia if there are no sperm cells at all.
Sperm motility is the forward motion of sperm cells. For a sperm to fertilize the egg, it must travel quickly through the female reproductive system, which requires strong forward swimming motion. Our algorithm tracks forward motility, which is also referred to as progressive motility. Normal motility is above 32% of the sperm cells moving, below that is called asthenozoospermia.