A Drugstore Fertility Test for Him, Too

Walgreen and CVS sell tests of the quantity of men’s sperm
SpermCheck's at-home test will hit U.S. drugstore shelves in April Illustration by Jiro Bevis

Walgreen and CVS Caremark, the biggest U.S. drugstore chains, hope to generate sales by answering a question few men want to ask: Are they firing blanks? Next month, Walgreen’s 7,800 U.S. stores plan to start selling a fertility test that determines if a man is producing enough sperm to get a woman pregnant. Walgreen and CVS have already started selling the at-home test, SpermCheck Fertility, online.

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