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Kickstart your journey toward better fertility health. This bundle is ideal for couples who are trying to conceive, as it offers a baseline semen analysis and a 3-month supply of Legacy’s comprehensive male prenatal vitamin. Option to add sperm freezing.
Results in 48 hours
In the kit:
A sterile sample cup to easily collect your sample from home
The Legacy “vault,” a foam insulating structure to keep a stable temperature and prevent leaking during transportation
A tamper-proof strip to securely seal the shipping box
Free overnight shipping to send your sample to our lab for analysis
In your reports:
Personalized client dashboard that includes more than just the numbers — it will give you context on what those numbers really mean for you and your family-building plans.
Evidence-based recommendations for improving your fertility health, based on your lifestyle and your personal results.
Exclusive access to book a virtual appointment with one of our male fertility specialist medical providers, to discuss your results and possible next steps.
Downloadable semen analysis summary report to share with your doctor.
In the Male Fertility Supplement:
A 3-month supply of our comprehensive male fertility multivitamin
10 carefully selected, research-backed active ingredients
One capsule, twice a day to create your healthiest sperm
The Male Prenatal Bundle was designed for those who are trying to conceive or planning to get pregnant.A semen analysis is the first step to rule out male fertility issues. It’s never too soon — testing sperm early can help you avoid costly and unnecessary tests or treatments down the line, and can help you get more quickly to your goal of starting a family.Plus, proactively optimize your fertility health and your chances of conceiving with a daily multivitamin formulated to support healthy sperm production and male hormone health.
Semen volume: How much semen you’re producing
Sperm concentration: How many sperm are present in your semen
Sperm motility: How many of your sperm are moving — a crucial indicator of your sperm’s health and fertility
Total motile sperm count: The final calculation of your sperm quantity and quality, which is highly correlated to your chances of creating a pregnancy
Sperm morphology: How many of your sperm are the proper size and shape
Post-thaw analysis: We freeze and thaw a small portion of your sample to assess if it’s a good candidate for cryopreservation (sperm freezing).
Legacy’s semen analysis looks at all the key metrics of sperm health. Many at-home sperm testing options don’t look at sperm motility or morphology, which are important parameters. We’re the only at-home sperm freezing option that includes a post-thaw analysis.Our semen analysis is a clinic-grade semen analysis, without the clinic.
Employer and organizational benefits
Insurance coverage: Leading insurance plans cover a For Today semen analysis kit and a full year of frozen sperm storage. Check your insurance eligibility.
HSA or FSA. If you have a flexible spending account (FSA) or health savings account (HSA) as part of your healthcare benefits, you may use those dollars to pay for, or reimburse yourself for, your For Today Semen Analysis.
Other employer benefits: Legacy is in-network with leading fertility benefits programs that may be offered by your employer, including Carrot, Kindbody, Stork Club, Progyny, and WINFertility. Learn more.
Military benefits: We offer discounted or free access to Legacy’s at-home semen analysis and sperm freezing to many active-duty and veteran members of the US military, through partnerships with the following organizations.
For Naval Special Warfare: Military Family Building Coalition’s Tadpole Project
For US Army Special Forces: Green Beret Foundation
For all service members and veterans: The Operation Baby Foundation
For veterans: Veterans Advantage
Interest-free monthly payments
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Clinic-grade sperm analysis
Data-driven lifestyle recommendations
On call fertility advisor
Multi-geography, multi-tank storage available
10 carefully selected, research-backed active ingredients. No pseudoscience.
CoQ10 is a strong antioxidant. CoQ10 has a long history of use as a male fertility supplement, with extensive research documenting an increase in sperm concentration. Motility, morphology, and fertilization rates have all been shown to improve after CoQ10 supplementation.
A powerful antioxidant, vitamin C may protect sperm from oxidative stress damage. Studies show that vitamin C supplementation is associated with a significant increase — up to 200% — in sperm count, motility, and morphology.
Because we get most of our vitamin D from sun exposure, much of the US is deficient. Vitamin D supplementation is associated with improved sperm motility and capacitation (the changes a sperm undergoes before fertilizing an egg), higher testosterone, improved sexual function, and increased pregnancy rates.Supports immune function, heart health, and the absorption of calcium for bone health.
Vitamin E acts as an antioxidant that can decrease oxidative stress and may have a protective effect on sperm, especially in combination with vitamin C, selenium, and CoQ10. Research shows these antioxidants are associated with improved sperm genetic health and quality.Supports immune function, skin health, and full-body wellness.
Folate, a B vitamin, is used in the production and development of sperm. There is strong scientific evidence that suggests boosting folate levels increases sperm concentration and may improve semen quality overall, especially in combination with selenium, zinc, and vitamin E.5-MTHF or L-methylfolate is the active form of folate and is the most bioavailable (meaning you can absorb the highest percentage of the vitamin). 5-MTHF has been shown to increase blood folate levels more efficiently than folic acid.Supports heart health and healthy cell growth and function.
One of the most essential elements for male fertility, zinc is involved in a number of critical reproductive processes, such as spermatogenesis (sperm production), sperm stability, and testosterone release. Zinc supplementation has been associated with a significant increase in semen volume, sperm motility, and normal sperm morphology, as well as improved hormone health and sexual function.Supports immune function, skin health, and full-body wellness.
Selenium is an important trace mineral with antioxidant properties. There’s strong evidence that selenium — alone or in combination with vitamins C and E or folate — improves sperm count, motility, morphology, and genetic health. Selenium supplementation is also associated with increased testosterone levels and decreased levels of MDA, a marker of oxidative stress.Supports immune function and metabolism.
L-carnitine is derived from an amino acid and is involved in the production of energy in the body. Supplementation has been shown to improve sperm motility (possibly by supporting mitochondrial function), sperm capacitation, and fertilization rates.Supports cell function, brain health, and weight management.
D-AA is an amino acid that regulates testosterone release. Studies suggest that supplementation with D-AA can increase sperm concentration and motility, as well as pregnancy rates. There’s also some evidence that taking D-AA may boost testosterone and sex drive.+ Supports hormone health.
Lycopene is a potent antioxidant. There’s evidence that adding lycopene to your diet may improve many aspects of male fertility — including sperm count, viability, quality, and genetic health — as well as pregnancy rates. It may also protect against oxidative stress.Supports skin health, heart health, immune function, and cancer prevention.
Use the online dashboard to choose your preferred delivery date. If you don’t choose a date, your kit will automatically be delivered as soon as possible.
The kit will contain a sterile sample cup, a vial of transport media, an ice pack, and various packaging materials. Discard the ice pack, but keep everything else.
The transport media in your kit can be stored at room temperature for up to 7 days from delivery.
Keep in mind: you should abstain from ejaculating for 2-5 days before using the kit, and you should only return your sample between Monday and Thursday.
Scan the QR code inside the shipping box with a smartphone camera or visit your dashboard to register your kit.
Ensure your transport media is at room temperature before producing your sample.
Wash your hands and genitals. Produce your sample by ejaculating directly into the sample cup, without using lubricant or saliva. You do not need to fill the cup.
Add the transport media to the sample cup and swirl gently to mix. Close the cup.
Use the included packaging materials to package your sample in the original shipping box. Return the kit through one of our shipping partners using either at-home pickup or via a participating location.
Your results will be available in your online dashboard within 24 hours of our lab receiving your sample. You can schedule a call with a fertility expert to review your results and receive guidance on next steps.
A three-month supply of small, easy-to-swallow capsules with no smell or aftertaste. Take two per day.
We recommended testing sperm quality again after 3 months of taking the Male Fertility Supplement, to see how your parameters have changed.
Our semen analysis includes all the key metrics of sperm health, just like a fertility clinic or traditional lab.
Semen plays a crucial role in carrying sperm through the reproductive tract. Producing the right amount means giving sperm the best chance at reaching the egg for fertilization.
A healthy sperm count means you’re producing and ejaculating enough sperm. A higher number improves your chances of conception, naturally or via fertility treatments.
Sperm concentration is the number of sperm per milliliter of semen. This number helps us compare your sample to others.
Motility is the percentage of your sperm that are moving properly; in order to fertilize an egg, your sperm must be “swimming.” Many at-home sperm count tests don’t include this essential metric, one of the most important factors in your fertility.
A sperm’s structure affects its ability to reach and fertilize an egg. Morphology is the percentage of sperm that are normally shaped; abnormalities may indicate poor sperm development or genetic issues. Fun fact: most sperm are abnormally shaped. Morphology as low as 4–14% is totally normal.
Want peace of mind – test & preserve
Test the five key metrics of sperm health.
If you’re trying to conceive
If you want to understand your fertility
For semen testing after a vasectomy
Protect your fertility on your timeline.
If you’re considering sperm freezing
If you’re undergoing fertility treatments
For military members before deployment
Secure your options to pass on your legacy.
If you’re considering hormone replacement therapy
If you’re receiving cancer treatment
If you’re considering a vasectomy
If your analysis reveals that your sample isn’t viable for freezing — for example, if no sperm was found in your sample — you have a few options. You can speak to one of our male fertility specialists to understand what may be affecting your fertility, as well as some next steps you may want to take. You also may want to re-test to confirm any abnormal results.
Don’t worry: if your sample is deemed not viable for storage by our lab, we’ll refund you for the storage plan you purchased as well as any unused services, such as additional testing that could not be performed.
Learn more about our refund policy.