Vasectomies can fail.
Don’t be a statistic.
If you’re one of the 500,000 men who got a vasectomy this year, you may think you’re in the clear. But over 5,000 of those vasectomies will fail, often in the first three months after the procedure.1 If you haven’t checked your sperm after a vasectomy, you could be at risk for a surprise in nine months.
You’ve paid for your vasectomy—so don’t waste your money.
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How It Works
Simply collect your semen sample at home, then follow the simple directions to read your sperm count results within minutes.
Reviewing Your Results
- High Result – Two Lines
Your sperm levels are at a level that is considered high, and other forms of birth control should be used to prevent pregnancy.
- Low Result – One Line
Your sperm level may be low enough for you to have extremely low or no risk of bringing about a pregnancy.
Questions or concerns? We’re here to help! Contact us or see our return policy.
Why use SpermCheck as your sperm count test?
Recommended by Urologists
Urologist-recommended for checking sperm count.
SpermCheck Fertility and SpermCheck Vasectomy are both cleared by the FDA.
Over 100,000 Tests Sold
We’ve helped many families check fertility in the comfort of home.
Detects the levels of SP-10, a protein only present in sperm.
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Frequently Asked Questions
When should I test my sperm levels after my vasectomy?
Your physician will generally determine the number of tests required to confirm your sterility. However, we do recommend that you test yourself at two different time intervals in the first three months after your vasectomy. It is best to test 60 and 90 days after your vasectomy.
After the first three months, how often should I check my sperm levels?
Additional testing should also be performed once per year after your procedure.
What’s included with my test kit?
Each test kit includes:
- 2 SpermCheck devices
- 2 semen transfer devices
- 2 semen collection cups
- 2 SpermCheck solution bottles
- 1 set of instructions for use
How can I interpret my results?
After you complete your test, use this guide to interpret your results.
|If you see both a Control Line (marked as “C” on the SpermCheck device) and a Test Line (marked as “T”), your sperm count is at least 250,000 per milliliter, which is considered high, and other forms of birth control should still be used to prevent pregnancy.||If you see a Control Line (marked as “C” on the SpermCheck device) but not a Test Line (marked as “T”), your sperm count is less than 250,000 per milliliter, which is low enough for you to have extremely low or no risk of bringing about a pregnancy.||If you do not see a control line (marked as “C” on the SpermCheck device), the test cannot be interpreted and you should test again with another SpermCheck device.|
My test results show a high sperm count. What does that mean?
A high result does not necessarily mean that your vasectomy was unsuccessful. However, it does mean that there are still too many sperm left in your semen. It is recommended that you continue to use birth control until you talk to your physician and achieve a negative result on two consecutive tests.
I got a low test result from my sperm test—what does that mean?
A low result indicates that your sperm count is extremely low and that the chance of pregnancy is highly unlikely. However, it is still recommended that you speak to your physician before stopping the use of other birth control methods.
My sample did not become a thin liquid after 20 minutes. Can I still perform the test?
Yes, the SpermCheck device may still provide an accurate result even if your sample does not completely liquefy. However, if your sample has not liquefied at all or if your dropper gets clogged with solid or stringy material, you should discard the sample and wait 48 hours before collecting another one. If you experience the same problem again, you should contact your physician for a semen evaluation.
The Test Line was not visible after 7 minutes but did appear later. Does this mean there is still sperm present?
The correct time to read the results is precisely at seven (7) minutes after you add the Solution. It is possible that the Test Line may develop some color after 7 minutes, which is why reading the results before or after that time may give an incorrect result.
I have other questions about how to use my test. Who can I contact?
If you’re not sure how to perform the test, how to read the result, or if you don’t understand the meaning and possible consequences of your test result, you’re welcome to speak with our healthcare provider or you can contact Customer Service at (866) 635-2308 during business hours (M–F, 8am to 5pm Eastern) or email [email protected] 24/7.
How should I store my test?
Store in a cool, dry place at 36°–86°F (2°–30°C). Do not freeze.
Are there any other product details I should know about?
- For in-vitro diagnostic use.
- Not for internal use.
- Keep out of reach of children.
- Not for contraceptive use.
- Do not use the test if the foil wrapper containing the test is damaged.
- Do not use this product after the expiration date.