Donor Sperm from sperm banks for family building
We partner with Industry-leading sperm banks to ensure that you receive the highest quality, most thoroughly tested samples available. Below are some common reasons why you may need to select a sperm donor to build your family.
Patients who are unable to produce sperm
There are a number of reasons why a patient may be unable to produce sperm. Some of the most common reasons include:
- Genetic disorders: Some genetic disorders can affect sperm production. For example, cystic fibrosis can cause blockages in the vas deferens, which prevents sperm from being ejaculated.
- Hormonal imbalances: Imbalances in certain hormones, such as testosterone, can also affect sperm production.
- Testicular injury or surgery: Injury to the testicles can damage sperm-producing cells.
- Cancer treatment: Some cancer treatments, such as chemotherapy and radiation therapy, can damage sperm-producing cells.
Patients who do not have a male partner
Some patients may choose to use a sperm donor because they do not have a partner. This may be the case for single women, same-sex female couples, or women whose partner is unable to produce sperm.
Patients who want to avoid passing on genetic disorders
Some patients may choose to use a sperm donor if they carry a genetic disorder that they do not want to pass on to their child. This may be the case for patients with conditions such as cystic fibrosis, sickle cell anemia, or Huntington’s disease.
Patients who want to have a child with specific characteristics
Some patients may choose to use a sperm donor if they want to have a child with specific characteristics, such as a certain hair color, eye color, or ethnicity. There are sperm banks that offer donors with a variety of characteristics, so patients can find a donor who matches their preferences.
Using a sperm donor can be a complex decision, but it can be a great way for patients to achieve their dream of having a child. With careful planning and consideration, patients can find a sperm donor who is a good match for them and their family.
In addition to the categories mentioned above, there are other reasons why patients may need to use a sperm donor. For example, some patients may choose to use a sperm donor if they are not in a committed relationship and do not want to have a child with a casual partner. Additionally, some patients may choose to use a sperm donor if they are transgender and want to have a child that is biologically related to them.
No matter what the reason, using a sperm donor can be a great way for patients to achieve their dream of having a child. With careful planning, consideration, and guidance from our experienced team, patients can find a sperm donor who is a good match for them and their family.
Contact us today to learn more.