Male fertility is not talked about enough and this needs to change!
In 40% of infertile couples, the cause of not being able to conceive is male-related. But even so, much responsibility (and blame!) is put on the woman, eliminating the man from the fertility equation.
We’re not going to sugarcoat it: being on a fertility journey is overwhelming. That’s why we think it’s important that both partners are equally involved. When it comes to the male factor infertility, there are other options than just sitting and waiting at the clinic while your female partner is in treatment.
While the dialogue around male fertility has started to become more open, the social stigma still remains prominent. There’s a lot left to do to normalize the discussion on male reproductive health.
That’s where ExSeed Health comes into the picture
We have set out to address male-related infertility and break the unnecessary taboo around it. We want to empower men to make informed decisions about their health and fertility by making the topic of sperm health easier to understand.
Whether you’re just curious about your fertility, actively trying to conceive, or are planning to have a family sometime in the future, it’s a good idea to test and understand your sperm quality to increase the chances of a successful pregnancy.
It can be awkward, and even a little embarrassing, for many guys to ejaculate “on demand” in a fertility clinic. And for good reason! The conditions can be less than ideal when you have to perform in less comfortable surroundings.
Home sperm test
A more convenient, private, and pleasant way to perform a sperm sample is to test from home with a home sperm test
It can be done in your own bedroom, any time you feel like it. Maybe you have already tested your sperm (then what?) or are you considering taking a sperm test (but what can I get out of it?).
We wanted to make it even more simple for you as a man to know what you can do. So, we created a Male Fertility Quiz that lets you test your sperm quality virtually!
How does it work?
The quiz consists of 14 questions which give you a fertility score, personal insight into your health and fertility, and what concrete actions you can take already, today, as part of your fertility journey.
At the end of the quiz, you will get an indicative fertility score based on your answers together with tailored knowledge resources and product recommendations to help you decide where to go from there – whether it’s testing your sperm, changing your lifestyle, or choosing supplements that can boost your sperm quality.
A sperm test is crucial for evaluating male fertility potential
Knowing sperm volume, count, and motility is important if you’re trying to conceive with your partner:
“I would recommend every man to test their sperm quality”, our customer Erik states.
“Not only does it increase your chances of pregnancy, it also includes the man in the treatment process and fertility conversation. It’s otherwise easy for guys to lean back while the woman has to be the one to bear the burden of potential infertility and fertility treatment”.
If you and your partner are thinking about starting a family, start by “testing” your sperm quality virtually. Take me to the quiz!