WHO DONATES TO SEMOVO? AND ARE YOU THE ‘IDEAL’ SPERM DONOR?13th October 2016
Whilst sperm donation was once favoured by students looking to make extra cash and seen as a bit of a joke, the profile of a typical sperm donor has changed completely.
Whilst they all come from different walks of life, they share one thing in common – they all hope to truly change someone’s life by giving them the child they never thought possible.
The fact is that in many areas of the UK, sperm donor demand outstrips supply. There just isn’t enough donor sperm to go around. There are single women who’d like to have a baby, same-sex couples who want to start families and couples where a sperm donor is the only hope because of male factor fertility issues.
And you might just be the exact sperm donor they’re looking for. When you become a Semovo sperm donor, you’re actually joining an elite, exclusive ‘club’. Because not every man makes the grade as a sperm donor.
Only those men with the highest quality sperm are accepted as Semovo sperm donors – and only around one in 10 men actually have the type of sperm we need, sperm that can survive all the treatment processes that happen at the clinic.
Do you want to find out if you meet the sperm donor criteria and donate sperm to us? If you’re aged 18-45, you can apply online with absolutely no obligation.
We’ll support you at every stage of the sperm donation process – we’re renowned for our award-winning, first-class quality care – and you’ll receive £35 compensation per clinic visit, along with professional implications counselling to ensure you’re happy being a Semovo sperm donor.
Best of all – you can find out if a child has been born with your help, including the gender of the baby and the year of its birth.
If you’re ready to make a difference, read our sperm donor FAQs, explore the sperm donation process and call our friendly team to get started on 0345 266 1272 or apply here. Our regional donation clinics are open in Manchester and Liverpool, with Leeds opening end of 2016, London, Birmingham and Glasgow coming soon.
And spread the word too– one of the reasons there isn’t enough donor sperm in the UK is because men eligible men just aren’t aware it’s so badly needed. So have a laugh, discuss it with friends, share the joke – but do talk about it. The more men that know about sperm donation, the more people we can help.