What are doctors saying about Trak?

As a top-rated home fertility test, Trak is making a lot of noise in the medical community. See why Trak is backed by leading Urologists who can’t stop talking about it.

Michael Eisenberg, MD
Director of Male Reproductive Medicine and Surgery, Stanford University Medical Center

Studies have shown sperm count to be directly correlated to time to pregnancy. However, most men aren’t aware that sperm count is a parameter that can change. Trak allows men to begin the conversation with their physicians about what they can do for their reproductive health.” More about Dr. Eisenberg.

Brian A. Levine, M.D.
Founding Partner and Practice Director Colorado Center for Reproductive Medicine

“Trak is a real game changer when it comes to at home fertility testing. For years, women have been able to use ovulation predictor kits or multiple apps but the other half of the equation, the guy, has always been a big black box. Until Trak came around.” More about Dr. Levine.

Mary Lake Polan, MD
Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Sciences, Yale University School of Medicine

“It’s always a challenge for women to get their partner’s sperm tested. Trak is a wonderful tool to engage men earlier in the process. Patients really like the immediate results from the privacy of their own home.” More about Dr. Polan.

Jamin Brahmbhatt, MD
Co-Director Personalized Urology and Robotics, The PUR Clinic

“It’s so awesome to see a technology that is geared toward something that I specialize in and that I love doing on a day-to-day basis… helping men improve their reproductive health so that they can have babies and become fathers.” More about Dr. Brahmbhatt.

Natan Bar-Chama, MD
Director of the Center of Male Reproductive Health RMA New York, and Professor of Urology at Mount Sinai School of Medicine

“Sperm count is an accurate predictor of fertility, something that changes over time whether one is improving their health or one’s health is declining, and is the most important parameter when establishing one’s fertility.” More about Dr. Bar-Chama.

Serena Chen, MD
Director of Reproductive Medicine at Institute for Reproductive Medicine and Science at Saint Barnabas Medical Center

“You can start out slow, and that’s one reason why this product is so cool. You don’t have to drag your guy into the doctor. You can get Trak, bring it home, and say ‘hey honey, let’s see if your swimmers are ok.’ ” More about Dr. Chen.

David Adamson, MD
PAMF Fertility Physicians of Northern California, and Founder of ARC Fertility

“One of the biggest problems in reproduction is that men have largely been left out of it… I think it’s great that Trak is trying to increase awareness of the importance of fertility to men.” More about Dr. Adamson.

Lauren Wise, ScD
Professor of Epidemiology at Boston University School of Public Health

Being able to send (men) a kit that they can use to analyze their own semen samples in the privacy of their own home is pretty groundbreaking.” More about Dr. Wise.