• 1️⃣ Receive your Kit

    • Order Mojo at-home sperm collection kit

    • Scan the QR code on the kit to select a pickup time

    • Place the preserving liquid in the fridge

  • 2️⃣ Prepare your Kit

    • Produce your sample in the collection cup in the kit

    • Prepare your kit for courier shipment

  • 3️⃣ Talk to our Experts

    • Get your clinical sperm analysis results in 48h

    • Consult with an expert for tailored advice

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Mojo Home Kit Replacement Preserving Liquid

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  • This is a replacement preserving liquid for a Mojo Home Kit
  • Please store in a refrigerated environment upon reception
  • This replacement bottle can be stored in a fridge for up to 10 days before use
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  • Ram Navaratnarajah

    Obstetrician & Gyneacologist at Royal London Hospital with 30 years of experience.
    Helped more than 20.000 people in delivering babies in high-risk obstetric care.

  • Melanie Brown

    Nutrition expert specialized in male-factor infertility with 20 years of experience.
    Helped more than 5.000 people achieve a healthy pregnancy.

  • Shaun Rogers

    Clinical Scientist specialised in sperm function with 30 years of experience.
    Helped more than 10.000 people in their IVF treatments.

  • Amr Raheem

    Expert in fertility care and Andrology with 23 years of experience.
    Helped more than 20.000 people with Urology surgery and treatment.

Mojo is more than a fertility test. It is a clinic that can help you to become a parent.

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  • Overall Quality

    Indicates whether your overall sperm quality is above or below the WHO guidelines

  • Volume

    Measures the amount of semen liquid you produce, where sperm are able to have a healthy movement in

  • Sperm Count & Total Sperm

    Sperm count can indicate if you have enough sperm to make it to the egg

  • Motility

    The percentage of sperm that move in semen. The higher the number, the greater your chances of conception

  • Mojo at-home collection kit

    Scientifically-approved method for sperm collection and shipment

    • Easy, fast and hygienic way to access clinical grade fertility care without leaving your home

  • Secure & Anonymous

    Your sample is analysed at Mojo's certified lab. Our QR-enabled sample handling ensures anonymity, and fastest possible sample turnaround. Your sample will be destroyed after analysis.

  • WHO-compliant AI results

    WHO accurate results generated by our proprietary AI microscope and supervised by our fertility experts.

    • Clinically standardised results that you could share with you GP or fertility clinic.

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What is a sperm analysis, and what does it tell you?

A sperm analysis should test:

• Volume of semen 

• Quantity of sperm (concentration and total number of spermatozoa) 

• Motility: how efficiently and how fast sperm move 

A good sperm analysis is not a direct test of fertility, it provides guidance to the chance of having a baby and can be a starting point for further investigation; achieving a pregnancy remains possible even for those with severe deficits.

If the Mojo at-home sperm test detects abnormalities, our fertility experts will assist you in pinpointing the underlying problem and provide personalised advice to help improve your sperm quality.

Learn more about this here.

What is the prevalence of sperm analysis in the fertility equation?

When a couple has trouble conceiving, 50% of the time, it has something to do with sperm. People with sperm have a more prominent role than just cum.

When is it vital to get a sperm test?

You are thinking about starting or expanding your family 

Couples who have an immediate pregnancy plan should ensure they know their reproductive health status before trying to have a baby. If you are in this category, it is highly recommended to take a Mojo at-home sperm test for your peace of mind.

Actively trying to conceive naturally

If you have been trying to conceive for 6-12 months, but pregnancy is not happening, it is essential to get tested. In some specific cases, you will need to request a sperm analysis, for instance, if you:

• went through a cancer treatment

• are experiencing prolonged stress and anxiety 

• have a chronic condition like hypertension or diabetes 

• face sexual performance issues such as erection or ejaculation difficulties 

• have an infection of the scrotum or prostate  

• have taken a long-term prescribed medication, or you participate in recreational drug use 

• have had surgery for non-migrated / undescended testicles  

Sperm health examination is a quick and straightforward process, another reason to get tested proactively and regularly. You can order your test today.

Does Mojo’s results report indicate if I am fertile or infertile?

No. Mojo provides results on your overall sperm health quality displayed as Above or Below the WHO thresholds, along with accurate detailed analysis of your sperm count, motility, semen volume, and the number of total sperm. The higher the numbers, the higher the chances of conceiving naturally. However, if the numbers are lower than the WHO thresholds, it does not necessarily mean you cannot conceive.

Sperm health is a non-static diagnosis, and it can be heavily influenced by our lifestyle, what we eat, and our state of mental health. With the Mojo at-home sperm test kit, you can test your sperm in 48h and get access to our fertility specialists for personalised and expert advice to improve your fertility, increasing the odds of conceiving naturally.

How long before a sperm test can/should I ejaculate?

Studies have shown that repeat and frequent ejaculation leads to the release of competent sperm that have not been stored in the testes for long enough.

To ensure the sperm analysis results can be assessed against existing data and reports relating to sperm function or pregnancy, the sperm sample should be collected after a minimum of 2 days and a maximum of 7 days of sexual abstinence. This ensures that advice can be given on chances of pregnancy, further testing/investigation, or type of assisted conception if that is needed.

If repeat analyses are required, the number of days since the last ejaculation should be as constant as possible at each visit.

How much does male fertility testing cost?

At a traditional lab or clinic, the cost of a sperm analysis is typically around 200–400 sterling pounds. That is not to mention the sterile user experience spanning the waiting room and generating your sample on-site.

Mojo's at-home sperm testing cost is a fraction of a traditional clinic. A sperm analysis costs 150 sterling pounds and can be combined with a free and online access to fertility specialists to hep improve your results. Order your Mojo at-home sperm test kit today to understand your fertility in 48h.

Why is Mojo more expensive than pharmacy and smartphone tests?

Pharmacy tests
These tests do not give you a full view of your results - they do not cover all sperm parameters and/or they do not give you numerical results, only Positive or Negative. Plus, they do not offer you access to a fertility expert that helps you interpret the results - we do!

Smartphone tests
These tests use the camera on your phone to make the analysis - the problem is that smartphone cameras do not have enough quality and resolution to capture the complexity of sperm cells and their movement.
Besides, they also force you to prepare the sample slide for analysis, which is very prone to error and may lead to poor quality results.

Mojo is different! We give you a full report on your sperm parameters, access to fertility experts and we analyze your sample in our Hubs - this means a higher price point but also a higher quality of care. Our analysis is WHO-compliant and our technology has been validated by the scientific community.

Why choose a Mojo sperm test?

Mojo's at-home male fertility test is the only thorough male fertility test you can take from the comfort of your home to test your sperm health.

The Mojo male fertility sperm test is designed for people with sperm who want to understand their fertility and have peace of mind when trying to start their family.

This test is equivalent to taking a test with a fertility clinic - without leaving your home and awkward waiting rooms, sample cup in hand. It is an easy way to test, understand and - if needed - improve your sperm at an affordable price.

Thanks to Mojo's proprietary AI technology that has been developed in compliance with WHO standards and with the scientific team that co-developed these standards, you get 97% accurate results in 48h.

The test results are easy to understand and cover the essential parameters that are clinically and scientifically required to assess your ability to conceive.

The sperm test is accompanied by a free online consultation with one of the UK’s top fertility experts with 30 years of experience helping couples with male fertility challenges to conceive naturally.

What is the difference between the sperm test offered here and the sperm test provided by Zava?

Mojo’s test is designed to give peace of mind regarding your overall fertility parameters, focusing on the essential parameters that assess your ability to conceive. Simple yet powerful. The Mojo sperm test is supported by a network of highly specialised fertility experts that can help you understand and improve your fertility.

The Mojo test on Zava's platform offers a more extensive overview of the Mojo sperm test, covering more than 20 parameters of your sperm sample. This test is suitable for people with a history of fertility challenges and/or people who already have been trying to conceive naturally for a while without success. The test results require interpretation by a medical practitioner.

Both the Mojo sperm test and the test offered by Zava are performed at Mojo laboratories - by Mojo’s proprietary, AI-powered microscope for automated sperm analysis.