Tag: sperm donation

What is sperm donation?

What is the process of sperm donation?

The sperm donation process can be done at a fertility clinic or sperm bank. It can be used for IUI, or at-home artificial insemination or, less commonly, IVF.

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Sperm donation in Spain

Requirements for sperm donation

Sperm donation is an altruistic act in which young men over 18 years old decide to donate their sperm to a fertility clinic. There, it will be used in fertility treatments for persons who have childbearing problems.

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Choosing an egg donor in the USA

Specific characteristics of the egg donor

Within the US, intended parents are allowed to choose who they want to be their egg donor either after meeting her in person or basing their decision on an egg donor database where the features of each candidate are shown. The can also select an anonymous donor.

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Types of donor conception

Achieving pregnancy thanks to donor conception

Egg donation, sperm donation and/or embryo donation are fertility treatments that allow many women and couples becoming parents through assisted reproductive technology.

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Legal donor-egg treatments in the USA

Conventional IVF or ICSI

US legislation allows both conventional IVF and ICSi using donor eggs. Moreover, PGD and surrogacy are addressed as additional techniques in the regulations governing this field in the majority of U. S. states.

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Donor insemination cost in the USA

Artificial insemination by donor (AID)

Given that artificial insemination has a low level of complexity, generally its cost is not very expensive. However, in cases where donor sperm is necessary, the price of AI will increase depending the specific features of the donation process.

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Donor-sperm IVF cost in the USA

Vials of sperm fees

Resorting to sperm donation adds an extra cost to the common in vitro fertilization price. Such increase may vary according to the donated sperm characteristics and the requirements imposed by the intended parents.

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