K men now can package and send their semen to see if they can father children.
British health technology company Jack Fertility recently debuted its postal fertility test, deemed the first of its kind in the area. Shy guys can collect their own sample at home and send it via Royal Mail, allowing them to avoid a visit to a clinic — where stage fright could strike.
Typically, these donations are used to analyze the quality of the sperm and the sperm count in people who want to become parents.
“The team at Jack Fertility has been working hard for the last year to develop this unique, consumer-centric solution and empower people with sperm across the UK with a chance to take control of their fertility journeys from the comfort of their own home,” CEO Lily Elsner told Jam
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