Traditionally, men have had to go to the doctor or fertility clinic to get tested for sperm count and motility. It can be an uncomfortable and embarrassing experience, leading many men to delay or avoid testing altogether. However, with at-home sperm testing, men can now test their sperm count and motility without ever leaving their homes.
Male fertility depends on the functioning of the male reproductive system. The hormones produced by the hypothalamus, pituitary gland, and testes play a vital role in regulating the functioning of the male reproductive system. Any disruption in the hormonal balance may impact male fertility, leading to infertility.
Male fertility refers to a man’s ability to father a child by producing healthy sperm that can fertilise a female’s egg. It is a critical aspect of reproduction and plays an essential role in starting a family. Male fertility can be influenced by a variety of factors such as genetics, lifestyle, age, and overall health.