Donor Sperm

Donor sperm is an excellent option for achieving pregnancy when a male partner is not present, when severe male infertility is a factor, or in other unique cases.

Donor Sperm

Donor sperm is an excellent option for achieving pregnancy when a male partner is not present, when severe male infertility is a factor, or in other unique cases.


When to Use Donor Sperm

The Donor Sperm Process:

Meet with Our Genetic Counselors

Choose A Donor Type

Choosing a Known Sperm Donor

Choosing an Anonymous Sperm Donor

All Our Sperm Donors Are Rigorously Screened

Using Donor Sperm

During an intrauterine insemination (IUI) cycle, oral or injectable fertility medications may be used to stimulate the ovary and promote ovulation. Alternatively, insemination can be timed during a patient’s natural ovulation cycle. Near the time of ovulation, sperm is placed directly into the uterine cavity through a small catheter. This is a short office procedure similar to a pap smear. Approximately two weeks later, a pregnancy test is taken.

Patients may also elect to use donor sperm for fertilization of eggs through in vitro fertilization (IVF). In that case, donor sperm is placed directly with the retrieved eggs in the laboratory to create embryos, which can then be transferred to the uterus or cryopreserved for future use.

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