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If you want to help a couple who is struggling and sperm quality and count is the reason behind it, then you need to know how to donate sperm. The sperm donor needs to quality certain eligibility criteria such as pass screening for genetic diseases, STD's, and Semen Analysis Test.
Let’s Discuss in More Details About Donating Sperm:
- What Is Sperm Donation?
- When to Go for Sperm Donation?
- How Does Sperm Donation Work?
- Why Every Man Can Not Become a Sperm Donor?
Sperm donation is the provision by male infertility (known as a sperm donor) of his sperm (known as donor sperm), principally for the purpose of inseminating a female who is not his sexual partner. Sperm may be donated privately or through a sperm bank or fertility clinic for infertility treatments. Principally, sperm donation is done for the purpose of IUI or IUI procedure or for IUI treatment, to the female who is not his sexual partner.
Donor sperm is usually used to help a woman to become pregnant via donor insemination. It’s not the cumbersome procedure where a fine tube or syringe with the donor sperm inside is inserted into the vagina of the recipient's cervix or uterus during the woman’s fertile time of the month. It can also be used as part of IVF if necessary. Sperm donation is the treatment of infertility or it is also a great option if you’re having a baby alone.
Sperm donation is the process by which a man donates his sperm to a recipient and it is used to conceive and produce a baby in a woman's womb who is not the donor’s sexual partner or have infertility issues or seeking the infertility treatments. Donor sperm is used in many methods like IVF, IUI, etc.
If female’s partner isn’t producing enough healthy sperm (Male infertility) to get pregnant or to conceive, or he wants to avoid passing on an inherited disease then a healthy donated sperm can be used. It is also used to help single women and coupled lesbians to have children.
Sperm is donated by a healthy man to a sperm bank or fertility clinic for the purpose of artificially inseminating a female.
Donor sperm is used to fertilize an egg inside the body. This is commonly known as donor insemination (DI). The sperm is passed through a fine plastic tube that enters the cervix and reaches out into the womb. Treatment happens around the time you ovulate to boost the chance of conceiving. Doctors may suggest you take a fertility drug to increase the number of eggs you produce.
Then again, donor sperm can fertilize eggs in a laboratory, using IVF. This means your eggs would be surgically expelled, then fertilized by the sperm, in a lab. Then the egg (now called an embryo) is then placed back into your womb to ideally grow and develop. This infertility treatment can take the time to give out the results.
Following are the reasons why every man can't be a sperm donor:
- Donor must be healthy and heterosexual
- Age of donor must be under 20 to 40 years
- Nowadays a well-educated male can only donate sperm
- Donor have to pass screening and interview test
- Screenig of STD testing and screening for genetic diseases
- No chronic health problems and addictions
To know about natural ways to increase sperm please read our article on Help Increase Sperm Count and in case you have male infertility problem then explore our article on Five Things That Affects to Optimize Sperm.
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