Understand and improve your fertility.
Know where you’re at—and how to promote the quality of your sperm—with a detailed, personal, and private fertility report that breaks down how healthy your sperm is today.
The most rigorous sperm analysis in the industry.
Five key metrics determine the health and quality of our sperm—volume, count, concentration, motility, and morphology.
Our clinical analysis evaluates your sperm for all five individually, giving you a clear and wholistic view of your fertility.
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.
Not only does a healthy sperm count improve your chances of conception, it’s also a great indicator of your overall health.
Sperm concentration helps contextualize the relationship between your unique volume and count. The right ratio can be as important an indicator of fertility as a high sperm count.
Sperm that move naturally and efficiently have the best chance of reaching the egg for fertilization. Your total motile sperm count is one of the most important factors in your fertility.
A sperm’s shape affects its ability to both reach and fertilize an egg —this metric helps you understand what percentage of your sperm have a natural shape and what abnormalities there might be. Testing for morphology can be an indicator of genetic abnormalities or lifestyle factors that can affect your ability to conceive.
A report on, and in, your terms.
Our goal is to help you understand your fertility. That means turning our expertise into a report that doesn’t ask you to do extra online research. And if you ever do have questions, we’re here to answer them.
Our sperm health takes cues from our overall health, meaning that a quality diet, an extra run
a week, or simply managing our stress, can lead to increased fertility. Your report looks at where you’re at today to help you see what day-to-day changes you can make to promote a more
Guidance from the experts.
Fertility can be confusing. Not only do we believe that you should have access to your data, but that you should understand what it means. We offer virtual appointments with specialists to answer your questions and discuss next steps.