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Unfortunately, even after deciding that it is the right time to start a family, there are complications that can develop that make getting pregnant much more difficult.
Those who are struggling to conceive naturally may be prompted to seek our sperm donor insemination to meet their needs.
Infertile men, single women, or same-sex female couples who lack viable sperm may receive assistance from a fertility specialist and later a donor bank to achieve their goal of beginning or adding to their family unit.
What Are Some Tips to Find the Right Sperm Donor?
Finding the right sperm donor can seem like a daunting process that will never leave you satisfied.
But at Reproductive Facility, we are committed to aiding you in this process to ensure your goals with sperm donor insemination are met.
The 4 tips for finding the right sperm donor are:
1) Schedule a Consultation With Your Fertility Specialist
Taking the first step to schedule a consultation with your fertility specialist will remind you that you are not alone in this process. A team of specialists at Reproductive Fertility will serve as your reliable source of information and will guide through every step.
You will meet with Dr. Saadat, where he will perform diagnostic tests and go over your medical history and reproductive health. He will also answer any questions you may have about the process of choosing a sperm donor.
2) Do Your Research on the Donor Bank You Plan to Use
Luckily, there is not much research needed on your end in finding qualified sperm banks, because our team has developed a list of donor banks that they highly recommend for you.
3) Choose Your Donor
After you have found the right donor bank, the next step is finding the donor. Donor banks are set up like dating websites, in which the profiles of the donors are listed with specific characteristics.
The profiles may also include photos of the donor as a baby, voice recordings, or questionnaires. Some couples usually pick a donor with similar physical qualities as them.
4) Determine Whether You Want a Known Donor or an Anonymous Donor
An anonymous donor is the most common, but some do choose to know their sperm donor.
In this case, it could be that be a family member, a close friend, or acquaintance who wants to help them achieve their goals of conceiving.
This decision will ultimately be based on your preference and comfort level.
Have More Questions?
Our team is here to help you with any questions or concerns you may have along the way.