Trying NOT to Get Pregnant?
Ensure you are no longer fertile with a home post-vasectomy test
Why SpermCheck Vasectomy?
A surprise pregnancy following vasectomy can happen, yet 50% of men who have the procedure never check their sperm count again. If you have had a vasectomy, urologists recommend testing at least twice following the procedure and once a year afterwards to ensure you are no longer fertile. The vasectomy test kit from SpermCheck is an easy home-based solution for post-vasectomy testing—no waiting room required.
As many as one in 100 vasectomies may fail to prevent pregnancy within 5 years of the procedure. Don’t guess about your sperm count—get accurate information with this easy vasectomy test kit. Kit includes two (2) tests! It is fast, accurate, and convenient.
Post-vasectomy testing for sperm count in the privacy of home
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Testing is the Key to Preventing Pregnancy after Vasectomy
The SpermCheck Vasectomy Kit contains everything you need to perform 2 tests. You should follow your doctor’s instructions about how long to wait after your vasectomy before performing the tests. The usual recommendation is to perform 2 tests within 2-4 months following the procedure, and then once a year thereafter.
The results of both tests should be negative. If they are not both negative, then test again with another SpermCheck Vasectomy kit until you receive two consecutive negative results.
More about this Test
Q: What is SpermCheck Vasectomy?
A: SpermCheck Vasectomy is a home-screening test to detect sperm in semen following a vasectomy and it can also be used yearly to confirm ongoing sterility. It is a simple test that quickly lets you know when your post-procedure sperm count has dropped to a very low level, indicating a successful vasectomy. No matter the result of your sperm-count test, it is important to have a discussion with your doctor before discontinuing birth control.
Q: Is this an accurate home test for post-vasectomy sperm count?
A: Yes, this is an accurate and proven home test for post-vasectomy sperm count. SpermCheck measures the levels of SP-10, a protein only present in the head of a sperm. Using lateral-flow immunoassay (similar to a home pregnancy test), results indicate either a high (>250,000 sperm/milliliter) or low (<250,000 sperm/milliliter) sperm count.
Q: How often do I need to test sperm count following vasectomy?
A: Urologists recommend testing sperm at least twice following a vasectomy procedure: generally at 60 days and then again at 90 days, to ensure sperm levels have dropped to a low level. Be sure to follow your doctor’s specific recommendations.
Q: I'm trying to help my partner get pregnant and want to check my sperm count. Is this test right for me?
A: No. This product is only for post-vasectomy individuals and cannot be used by men trying to help their partners conceive. You can learn about SpermCheck Fertility here.