Sperm donation is a confidential, formal, altruistic and solidary act through which a woman or a couple can get pregnant.
I Want To Be A Sperm Donor
In some cases, there are couples who want to have a child but the male is diagnosed with a total absence of sperm (azoospermia). In other cases, the woman can’t get pregnant because the she’s either single or has a female partner. In both situations, the solution is sperm donation.
Just like egg donation, sperm donation is an altruistic and solidary act. However, there are several medical checks and visits to a specialist that must be made. So men are compensated for all this required time in accordance with the current legislation and the Spanish Fertility Society guidelines.
Gamete donation (male or female) is anonymous, so the donor name and the recipient’s is always confidential. Both identities will always stay completely anonymous.
• Because we’ve got an outstanding team of professionals (andrologists, gynaecologists, psychologists, nursing personnel) with lots of experience in the field of reproduction.
• And every single one of them are available for you at any time of the day, every day of the year.
• We also perform a complete medical and analytical exam.
The law allows any male above the age of 18 to be a donor. They must be healthy and have no hereditary or sexually transmitted disease, and pass all of the medical and psychological exams they will have at Reproducción Bilbao.
It does not. Donating your sperm will not affect it in any way. As opposed to ovaries, testicles constantly produce sperm throughout a male’s entire life.
In order to donate, you must go through a medical exam, some analytical determinations and delivery of a series of semen samples over a specific period of time. Your daily life routine is not particularly affected.
No, getting semen samples does not require you to stay at the hospital.
There are no known risks for males.
We request short periods of sexual abstinence during the donation period.
The number of times a man may donate depends on several medical and legal factors. The current Spanish law has established a limit in the number of descendants one donor may have.