The Male Fertility Test is designed for at-home use. Once the test is completed, the Test Device produces a simple "positive" or "negative" result. A positive test result indicates normal sperm concentration. A negative test result indicates low sperm concentration.
For couples looking to conceive (now or in the future), a negative result with an OVRY Male Fertility Test is an indication that you may have difficulty getting pregnant, which can inform a proactive decision to visit a physician for further analysis.
Disclaimer: There are other factors beyond sperm concentration (like sperm motility and morphology) that can impact male fertility. Since the OVRY Male Fertility Test only measures sperm concentration, using this test alone is not enough to determine whether or not a person is fertile. However, sperm concentration is one of the leading indicators of male infertility: therefore, this test can save couples time and frustration by identifying possible obstacles to getting pregnant earlier that they might have otherwise discovered.