What does the sperm donation process entail?

Answers from doctors (3)


Piedmont Reproductive Endocrinology Group

Published on Nov 02, 2015

Our clinic does not bank donor sperm. For clinics that do bank sperm, prepare for a lengthy family/medical screening along with blood work. For a more detailed description of the sperm donation process, please inquire at a sperm bank such as California Cryobank or Fairfax.

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Answered by Piedmont Reproductive Endocrinology Group

Our clinic does not bank donor sperm. For clinics that do bank sperm, prepare for a lengthy family/medical screening along with blood work. For a more detailed description of the sperm donation process, please inquire at a sperm bank such as California Cryobank or Fairfax.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


South Florida Institute For Reproductive Medicine - Pembroke Pines

Published on Nov 02, 2015

You need to contact the large sperm banks such as California Cryobank. They will review the process with you and whether you are a candidate to donate.

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Answered by South Florida Institute For Reproductive Medicine - Pembroke Pines

You need to contact the large sperm banks such as California Cryobank. They will review the process with you and whether you are a candidate to donate.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


Sperm donation is when a man provides sperm to an infertility clinic. They will pay him for use of his sperm, freeze his sperm, and use his sperm for infertility treatments to benefit other couples.

Answered by A Personal Choice Tubal Reversal (View Profile)

Sperm donation is when a man provides sperm to an infertility clinic. They will pay him for use of his sperm, freeze his sperm, and use his sperm for infertility treatments to benefit other couples.

Published on Jul 11, 2012


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