Male infertility accounts for about 50% of couple infertility cases. In current practice, men must go to a clinic or hospital facility to have a semen analysis performed, which is essential to diagnosing male reproductive potential. However, many men are often embarrassed by the process, and traditional semen analysis requires complex and laborious examination under a microscope. One solution that can alleviate these problems can be home semen analysis. This review examines the literature on currently available test kits for home semen analysis, describes their limitations, and compares them to traditional laboratory methods.
Infertility is an ongoing problem affecting approximately 10-20% of reproductive-age couples worldwide. The malefactor is responsible for about 40% to 50% of all infertility cases. Male infertility is often attributed to poor sperm quality, suboptimal sperm motility, reduced concentration, or abnormal morphology.
Through assessment and subsequent treatment, reversible causes of male infertility can be identified, presenting a more lucrative treatment option for couples than the immediate use of assisted reproductive technology. Standard semen studies, according to World Health Organization (WHO) criteria, are commonly performed to assess semen parameters and male fertility potential.
However, a legal sperm analysis is complex, cumbersome, and time-consuming. It can even be distressing for many patients due to the expense and embarrassment that can deter them from seeing a doctor about infertility.
Conversely, at-home semen analysis kits can ease the financial burden and alleviate concerns of privacy and shame while providing a valuable diagnostic tool for male infertility patients. It is more convenient than traditional semen analysis.
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