Here Is How To Perform A Sperm Test At Home Without Seeing Medical Doctor

Sperm Test at Home

You might be tempted to try one of those at-home sperm testing kits if you and your partner are having problems becoming pregnant. Isn’t it cheaper and easier than going to the doctor?

How to Perform a Semen/ Sperm Test at Home. This is a simple approach to assessing the quality of your sperm at home: The sperm is fine if it sinks to the bottom.

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If you wait until it reaches the center, it will be moderate.

You should work on it if it floats on top.

After having sex with your wife, pour water into a cup and discharge your sperm. Allow it to happen (but don’t masturbate) and wait three to four minutes.

If it floats, your results point to a low sperm count. Semen has higher specific gravity than water, so it will sink to the bottom.

The steps below can assist you in increasing your sperm count:

Minimize your exposure to harmful substances to reduce your toxic load.

Radiation: keep your mobile phone and laptop away from your groin.

Chemicals found in glues, cleaning goods, dry cleaned textiles, paint, paint strippers, photocopy machine toners, silicones, chemical dust, and insecticides, as well as recreational and prescription medication

Quit smoking because smokers are 60% more likely than non-smokers to be infertile.

Alcohol use should be avoided because even a moderate intake of 1-5 drinks a week can increase the risk of infertility.

Maintain a healthy weight based on your BMI because being overweight affects male fertility and increases the chance of erectile dysfunction by 30-90%. This is amplified in relationships with both partners being overweight.

Make sure you obtain enough of the following nutrients by eating well:

Omega 3 fats, which can be found in cold water oily fish like salmon and mackerel, are good fats. Trans fats, such as those found in margarine and fast food, should also be avoided.

Whole grains, nuts, and dark, leafy green vegetables are high in phytonutrients, antioxidants, and fertility minerals like zinc, selenium, and magnesium, so include them in your diet.

Broccoli, citrus fruits, aloe vera juice, and raw cabbage are all high in vitamin C.

Almonds, apricot oil, hazelnuts, and sunflower seeds are high in vitamin E. (Excellent Fertility Benefits of Sunflower Seeds)

Carrots, yellow and greenish-yellow vegetables, and spinach are high in beta-carotene.

Folate-rich foods include beans, green leafy vegetables, and lentil sprouts.