Sperm donation is the treatment of choice when the husband’s sperm is unable to fertilize the egg.
Sperm donation is the treatment of choice when the husband’s sperm is unable to fertilize the egg. This is most common if production of spermatozoa is severely impaired or absent. Sperm donation also gives the opportunity to single ladies and homosexual couples to have children although some countries have restrictions for these patients.
The choice of the donor depends entirely on the patient who will be advised to review several donor profiles for making the best choice. Donation was anonymous for a long time although in recent years non-anonymous donation became available (different legislation applies in different countries). In this case, when the donor agrees to be ‘non-anonymous’, the offspring have the right to receive his contact details at the age of 18 through the sperm bank.
We cooperate with various European and American sperm banks, giving us a wide choice of sperm donors both anonymous and non-anonymous. The couple only needs to make the request to our centre and will be guided through the whole procedure for choosing a donor, ordering and have treatment with donor sperm.