FertilTests is a combination pack of our FertilCount and FertilCheck home tests for male and females. These simple to use screening tests enable couples to determine if it is possible, they have reduced fertility.
Included for him
FertilCount is a simple to use, home sperm testing kit, that measures whether sperm concentration is below or above the minimum fertility standard of 15 million per ml, established by the World Health Organisation.
Included for her
FertilCheck is a home screening test for women that works by detecting raised levels of follicle stimulating hormone (FSH) in urine, which can be an indication of reduced ovarian reserve.
Two male tests and two female tests per pack
Easy to use
They can help you learn more about your fertility potential as a couple in the privacy and comfort of your own home
Buying this product in the multipack is not only convenient but saves you money
Both tests have a high level of accuracy:
The female test, FertilCheck, detects FSH in urine with over 99% accuracy
The male test, FertilCount detects whether sperm concentration is below (negative test) or above (positive test) 15 million sperm cell per ml of sperm with 97% accuracy established by the World Health Organisation as the cut-off point
Always read the instruction leaflet before to using the test.
Collect a semen sample in the cup provided. You should allow three days since your last ejaculation before using FertilCount.
Wait 15 minutes and then add the semen and the solutions to the test cassette.
Read the results within 5 minutes.
A positive test is indicated if the colour seen in test well is the same as or darker than the reference well. This indicates that the sperm count is equal to or greater than 15 million per ml.
A negative test is indicated if the colour in the test well is lighter than the colour in the reference well. This indicates that the sperm count is less than 15 million per ml. We recommend that you discuss any negative results with your Doctor.
If you are unsure of the results of the test, take a second test. The second test should not be repeated until at least 3 days later but not more than 7 days after the first test. If either or both of the tests are negative, then we recommend you consult your doctor who may arrange a full semen analysis.
Always read the instruction leaflet before using the test.
Hold the test in midstream of urine or dip the absorbent tip of the test vertically into urine collected into a clean dry container for 10 to 15 seconds.
Replace the cap and lay the test flat with the windows facing upwards and wait for 5 minutes before reading results, do not read the result after 10 minutes.
A positive result is indicated by the presence of two red lines, one in the test window and one in the control window. The line in the test window must be the same or darker red than the line in the control window. If you get a positive result, we recommend that you discuss this with your doctor who will be able to carry out further tests.
A negative result is indicated by either the presence of two red lines where the line in the test window is a lighter red than the line in the control window or when there is no line in the test window at all. If you get a negative test result, this is an indicator that you don’t have reduced fertility. However, this is not proof of fertility and if you have any concerns, we recommend discussing these with your doctor.
The test result is invalid if no red line appears in the control window, even if a line appears in the test window. If this happens, we recommend that you repeat the test with a new test.
Store in a cool dry place at 2-30°C for FertilCount and 4-30°C for FertilCheck. Do not freeze. Do not use if the pouch is torn or damaged. Keep out of the reach of children. Do not open the test foil pouch until you are ready to start the test. Do not re-use. Please read the product directions before use. Do not use after the expiration date printed on the foil pouch. For self-test use. For in-vitro diagnostic use only. Not to be taken internally. Please allow three days since your last ejaculation before using FertilCount. Colour blindness and improper lighting may affect the interpretation of the test results of FertilCount. FertilTests does not protect against sexually transmitted diseases. FertilCheck relates to just one aspect of fertility and should not be used to determine whether or not contraception is required. Consult your doctor before making any medical decisions. We go to great efforts to ensure that the information on this page is accurate at the time that the page was last edited. However, you should always check product labelling, warnings, and directions provided with the product that is delivered, prior to use.