Healthy Babies Start With Healthy Parents

Meet Trak. A Complete Preconception Care Tool for Men



Why Trak? Because It Takes Two To Tango.

The CDC recommends that men who want to be fathers:

  • Maintain a healthy weight
  • Stop smoking
  • Get tested for STDs
  • Explore risks for infertility

"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."

Mary Lake Polan, MD, PhD, MPH, FACOG

"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."

Brian Levine, MD, MS, FACOG


The Trak System allows men to quickly measure sperm concentration as Low (<15 M/ml),  Moderate (15 - 55 M/mL), or Optimal (>55 M/ml) for conception based on WHO guidelines and clinical studies linking higher sperm count with faster time to conception. All from the comfort and privacy of home.

Trak explicitly recommends patients seek specialized care when clinical guidelines prescribe and is not meant to replace a laboratory semen analysis.

What about other parameters? Although sperm quality is a complex biomarker characterized by a variety of parameters like concentration, motility and morphology, studies have shown that sperm concentration specifically is well related to the chances of conceiving, regardless of other parameters.


Patients can use the Trak mobile app to track their test results and get a personalized assessment of health and lifestyle risks factors that may be impacting sperm production and fertility.

Designed with leading urologists in male reproductive medicine, the Trak assessment evaluates the male partner's medical history, body size, diet, occupational exposures, testicular heating, stress, and other risk factors that may contribute to fertility issues. The patient receives an overall ‘sperm health score’ along with comprehensive insight and recommendations around how to improve.


Small changes to men's health and habits can have a big impact on a couple's chances of conception.  Using Trak, men can commit to sperm friendly habits and easily track and share their progress with medical professionals.  

Trak enables you as a physician to deliver better preconception care to the couple by making both parents healthier.

How Can I Use Trak In My Practice?

Let our simple, easy-to-understand tools help you bring male preconception care to your patients


Patients planning for pregnancy, or trying to conceive 0-12 months.


Patients purchase the Trak Testing System, download the Trak: Sperm Health & Fertility app, and test monthly from the privacy of home as they pursue sperm-friendly health and lifestyle changes.

No prescription needed

FSA and HSA eligible


Review the early insight to his reproductive health with your patients, and help the couple commit to a preconception plan to optimize their chances of conception.

Trak will help you refer patients to specialized care based on test results and clinical practice guidelines.

Patients can now get Trak through your office!

Contact us for discount pricing programs for Practitioners.

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