Thursday, 21 July 2016

Amazing! Why Men are ejaculating on their Smartphones now


Javan Samora Yesterday 42944
Men now ejaculating on their phones, the reason will surprise you
– Visiting a fertility clinic to test the health of their sperm has been a struggle for most men
– A Japanese researcher, Yoshitomo Kobor, has an invention that will help men test their sperm at home
– To do a home test, a man would have to wait for around five minutes after ejaculation for the semen to liquefy, then apply a small amount to a plastic sheet and press it against the microscope for inspection 
For long, most men have been struggling with visiting a fertility clinic to test the health of their sperm.
That is set to change after Yoshitomo Kobor, a Japanese researcher from Dokkyo Medical University Koshigaya Hospital, has invented a new smartphone lens that analyses semen samples.
Amazing! Why Men are ejaculating on their Smartphones now
Yoshitomo Kobori, holding a LG with the microscope that creates a footage that can be analysed once the sperm is dropped on it. Photo: news.uic.edu/
With the help of an app, the low-cost lens, which is fitted on the smartphone’s camera, creates a footage that can be analysed once the sperm is dropped on it.
The idea behind it is that men are often too anxious to visit the clinic, this will be an easy way out considering Smartphones are now in almost every pocket. Testing yourself at home wouldn’t pose too much pressure.
The lens itself is inexpensive and creates, in Kobori’s words “a semen test at home.”
“Men are thinking that semen analyses are an embarrassment, inconvenience, disgrace and waste of time,” Kobori said.
“The lens is not made for a smartphone – it was made nine years ago. I’m improving the lens and thinking about how to attach it to a smartphone and analyze sperm,” he added.
To do a home test, a man would have to wait for around five minutes after ejaculation for the semen to liquefy, then apply a small amount to a plastic sheet and press it against the microscope for inspection.
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The camera can take a short video clip of the sperm which can then be uploaded to a computer for further analysis to see if it meets the key indicators of male fertility.
According to Kobori, this also can be done without getting semen on to the phone.

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