What is it?
babystart FertilCount is one of a kind when it comes to showing you whether your sperm count is the correct level and if it’s above or below what is recommended. It is also the first male fertility kit to gain a CE mark representing the sperm count 15 million per millilitre, which is the new cut off standard of what should be expected. Effectively and with no quibbles, this revolutionary babystart FertilCount male fertility kit shows your count and can give you an opportunity to decide whether it’s worth a trip to your GP to discuss your options further regarding potential fertility treatments.
For best effects and results babystart FertilCount should be used pre-conception and generally in the planning phase of pregnancy. This helps you to successfully analyse your reproductive health and identify any complications that may hider your chances of successful conception.
How do I use it?
Using babystart FertilCount male fertility test kit is very simple and easy to do. It uses an easy to follow, step-by-step guide. First, collect a sample of semen. This can be done my masturbating directly into the plastic liquefaction cup provided. To gain optimum results, do not ejaculate at least 3 days before taking the test. Place the lid onto the cup and wait for 15 minutes before testing, always make sure you perform the test well within 12 hours of taking it.
You will find a re-sealable pouch containing all the babystart Fertilcount testing tools. First you should remove all the content then and then place the test cassette on a flat surface ensuring the Sample Well is facing in an upward direction. Squeeze and hold the plastic dropper at its midway point then place the tip, which should be at an angle, into your semen sample and release the pressure slowly. This will result in the semen being drawn slowly into the dropper.
Next you need to gently and carefully squeeze the dropper and add one drop to Test Well B, letting it soak in for 2 minutes. Then add two drops of the blue solution to the same Well and let these soak in for 2 minutes. Finally add 2 drops of clear solution to the Test Well and also let these soak in for 2 minutes.
The results and what they mean
The babystart FertilCount male fertility test kit stains the semen cells you’ve provided the colour blue. Meaning you can visually identify if your count is greater than 15 million if the shade is a darker shade compared to the sample before it is pre-treated. If the babystart FertilCount shows the semen you’ve produced is lighter than the pretreated Well, this could indicate a lower than 15 million recommended sperm count.
To clarify your results or if you were unsure of them, it’s recommended to do the babystart FertilCount male fertility test kit again and perform the second test in the box. This should ideally be taken 3 to 7 days after you performed the original test. If this second babystart FertilCount also gives a negative result, then it is recommended you should see your doctor to discuss your conception options further.