Sperm donation is the ultimate way for guys to give back. If you would like to be a sperm donor, here are five key things you need to know first.
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Did you know that when you donate sperm, your personal details are never shared with people who are looking for a sperm donor?
Online sperm donation isn’t illegal, but as it’s unregulated, it carries significant risks to you as the donor.
How many children do you think a sperm donor can create in the UK? If you’ve read the recent story in the news about the girl who’s tracking down 40 of her donor-conceived siblings, you might be worried about whether children limits are really as enforced as clinics claim.
Are you Britain’s answer to ‘Mr Sperminator’? American man Ari Nagel appeared on TV’s Good Morning Britain recently, talking about his role as a super sperm donor to 24 different women, producing 29 children.
Men do want to donate sperm, they do want to help infertile guys, same-sex couples and singles to have families. They just need to know they’re wanted – and be given a convenient opportunity to donate.
Did you read the recent and very sensationalised news headlines about Britain’s ‘top’ sperm donor producing at least 34 children?
New Fertility Network UK figures have revealed that since the start of 2017 alone, 13 areas in the UK have cut-back or stopped funding NHS IVF services altogether, with more local authorities planning to follow suit.
The 10-family limit is a rule that applies to all sperm donation in the UK. But do you know why it’s so important?
Young men are a key target market for sperm donation for many clinics in the UK. But along with the promise of doing something great – and getting compensated for it too – comes the serious responsibility of informed consent.