A new device that calculates sperm count accurately has been launched by Boots.
The ' SpermCheck Male Fertility Test' which is claimed to be "as accurate as a lab test at identifying low/normal sperm count" with results in ten minutes is priced at 29.99 pounds, Metro.co.uk reported.
SpermCheck chief executive Ray Lopez said that this test we can truly help couples suffering from infertility as the cost of attending a clinic for the same test is between 100-400 pounds.
The kit is believed to be 98 percent accurate at confirming whether a man has 20million sperm or more per milliliter.
However, it cannot determine how healthy the sperms are, which is crucial in determining if a man has any chance of having children naturally.