Donating sperm is a unique way to help a family struggling with infertility. If you have ever known a couple dealing with infertility, you have some familiarity with the stress it can cause. Sperm donation allows you to help these families during this exciting and difficult time. Below, we’ll explore what to expect when donating sperm, as well as where you can find the best place in New York City to do so.
The first step in becoming a sperm donor is the screening process. There are stringent health requirements to become a sperm donor, because fertility centers have the goal of providing only the highest-quality sperm to their clients.
During the screening process, you will be asked about your physical and mental health history, as well as that of your family. You’ll also provide some basic information about yourself (height, weight, hair color, educational history), and you may be asked to provide a photograph. If you meet the basic eligibility requirements, you’ll undergo a physical examination to ensure your health.
Finding a Match
Once you’re approved as a donor, you’ll be placed on a registry of sperm donors who work with the organization. Couples looking for a sperm donor will be able to access your information and choose you as a donor based on that information. Once a couple chooses you as a donor, you will be asked to provide one or more sperm specimens. In some cases, you may provide a specimen before a couple chooses you as a donor.
Advanced Fertility Services
Advanced Fertility Services is the best place in New York City to donate sperm. We provide a smooth, straightforward screening process, efficiently identifying eligible donors and starting them on the road to donation. Once a candidate is accepted, we work to match them with a couple as soon as possible, thus providing ample opportunity for donation. We provide compensation for each specimen provided. Our skilled staff works to ensure that office visits are convenient and comfortable.
If you are interested in becoming a sperm donor, we’d be happy to meet with you about your eligibility. To schedule a consultation today, please click below and enter your information or give us a call at (212) 369-8700.