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Can I keep the donor sperm in case I want to have more children?

By Rachele Pandolfi M.Sc., Ph.D. (embryologist).
Last Update: 02/10/2022

In most sperm banks it is possible to reserve doses of donor sperm for successive pregnancies in order to have biological siblings. The number of doses to reserve will depend on the type of treatment.

This reservation can be made as long as the availability of donor sperm doses is verified and the donor has not reached the number of newborns allowed by the Spanish assisted reproduction law (a maximum of 6 children).

 Rachele Pandolfi
Rachele Pandolfi
M.Sc., Ph.D.
Embryologist
College studies on Molecular Biological Sciences in Italy. PhD in Biomedical Research, with a Master's Degree in Human Reproduction. Several scientific publications. Currently, she continues expanding her professional career as an embryologist at Clínica Tambre.
License: 20059-M
Embryologist. College studies on Molecular Biological Sciences in Italy. PhD in Biomedical Research, with a Master's Degree in Human Reproduction. Several scientific publications. Currently, she continues expanding her professional career as an embryologist at Clínica Tambre. License: 20059-M.