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Clinical-Grade At-Home Sperm Test 


The most comprehensive and accurate semen analysis you can do from the comfort and privacy of your own home performed by Mojo's clinically validated and CE-marked AI microscope.

What is tested?

semen volume, sperm concentration, sperm motility, and total sperm number.

The complete test also tests sperm morphology, pH, liquefaction, viscosity, round cells, agglutination, and anti-sperm antibodies.

Key features

  • Test from the comfort and privacy of your own home

  • Comes in discreet packaging

  • The kit ships with sperm-preserving liquid to keep it protected during the journey back to the Mojo lab. Please store this liquid in the fridge upon reception.

  • Schedule your sample pickup by scanning the QR code inside your Mojo Kit at a time that is convenient for you

  • After organising the courier, produce your sample within 60 minutes before the courier arrives

  • Sample delivered by a courier to the Mojo laboratory for analysis

  • Results in 48 hours

  • Samples are analysed with the help of Mojo's own proprietary AISA (Artificial Intelligence Sperm Assessment) system which was developed with leading fertility clinics in the UK

  • WHO compliant

  • Schedule your own personalised sample pickup by scanning the QR code inside your Mojo Kit

What is included?

  • Collection cup and lid​

  • Safety container

  • Sperm-preserving liquid

  • Instructions for Use​

  • Free access to the Mojo App​

Useful tips for using the kit

  • Abstain from intercourse or masturbation for 2-5 days before testing

  • Do not use any form of lubricant when producing the sperm sample

  • Only collect the sample via masturbation

  • Make sure that you collect the entire semen sample in the provided container for more accurate results

  • Please read the instructions provided by the manufacturer

What we think at MyFertility

Mojo testing kits provide a convenient and accurate method of testing your fertility and can help with the diagnosis of male-factor infertility. A single sperm test alone cannot confirm a diagnosis, and in some occasions, a repeat test may be recommended.

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