Has anyone ever heard of this before or tried it? I just came across an ad for it when I was online at early-pregnancy-test.com and I was reading about it. Seems a little hokey, but wondering if anyone has tried it before.
For those who haven't heard of it, it's an at-home couples fertility test. Women have to do it on CD3 and I guess men can do it any time. It says:
The Fertell female fertility test indicates Ovarian Reserve by measuring Follicle Stimulating Hormone on Day 3 of her period (Day 3 FSH test). Ovarian Reserve is a measure of the age of the ovaries and their ability to respond to FSH in order to produce eggs capable of fertilization. Fertell is the only at-home FSH fertility test that is appropriate for fertility screening.
The Fertell male fertility test measures the concentration of motile
sperm, which is the quantity of sperm that can readily swim to reach an
egg. This motile sperm count per milliliter of semen is a critical
factor in male fertility. Fertell is the only at-home test that allows
you to privately and accurately determine if your motile sperm count pr
milliliter meets established guidelines for male fertility.