Yes, although they cannot replace a sperm test done at lab by no means. Home sperm tests only measure the sperm count, which is a key factor, but not the unique factor to keep in mind when diagnosing infertility, as we have seen throughout this post. The only thing required by home tests is for the man to ejaculate into a collection cup and to wait for 10 minutes to get a result.
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