If you feel you can help and are a healthy male aged between 18 and 41, just complete the online application form and we'll be in touch with details of your first appointment. Donating on the programme If accepted, how often will I need to produce samples? Samples are analysed by trained scientists to check sperm count and motility. Donors should ideally produce samples at least once or twice a week over a three to six month period. Alternative sources of donor sperm In the unlikely event that we are unable to meet your requirements via the LSB, there are a number of other options available to you. He will also need to have a test freeze and, if this is successful, the sample will be screened for common sexually transmitted diseases.
Can I discuss sperm donation in more detail before making a decision?
As part of the process of sperm donation all potential donors will be tested for the following infectious and genetic conditions:. Please supply a name. We will be checking the sample for sperm count, sperm motility and shape as well as carrying out a test freeze to check if your sperm is suitable for freezing. We prefer that this is done at the clinic, but it can be arranged with another doctor in exceptional circumstances. He will also need to have a test freeze and, if this is successful, the sample will be screened for common sexually transmitted diseases.