Sperm Donation Clinic in London

There are many reasons why patients may need to use donor sperm in order to achieve their dream of a family. By becoming a sperm donor, you can help make this dream a reality.

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Who Can Donate Sperm?

If you’re aged between 18 – 45, you could make a huge difference in the lives of couples or individuals who may not be able to conceive without your help. At the Centre for Reproductive and Genetic Health, we pride ourselves on offering the most professional, personal care to all of our patients and donors at our sperm bank in London.

As part of becoming a sperm donor, you will receive a sexual health and basic genetic screening completely free of charge to ensure you meet the requirements to become a sperm donor, and be reimbursed the HFEA-regulated compensation of up to £35 per donation.

By becoming a sperm donor, you are giving an incredible gift and helping to create happy families. 

How Does Sperm Donation Work?

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Chat with Our Donation Team

The sperm donation process starts with a short telephone call with a member of our dedicated and friendly donation team. There is some initial information we will ask about you, and we will then explain the process in more detail, answering any initial questions.

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You will then meet with our lead sperm donation consultant via video call. They will tell you more about the medical process involved in sperm donation and answer any questions you might have. The consultant will also explain the tests and investigations required before we can help you become a sperm donor.

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Before starting any donation process, you have a short call with one of our specialist fertility counsellors. This is important, as they will explore the emotional implications of sperm donation with you. It’s also a great opportunity to ask about non-clinical aspects of sperm donation and ensure you’re happy to proceed.

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Blood tests and investigations

Some blood tests and investigations will be required to ensure you are eligible to donate sperm. These tests will be conducted completely free of charge at a time that suits you.

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You will need to visit one of our clinics in London to provide a sperm sample for donation.

Sperm Donation FAQs

How does sperm donation work?

The first step is reaching out to our donation team, who will help arrange an initial consultation with one of our doctors. You will then undergo some medical tests to ensure you are suitable to donate and meet sperm donor requirements. You can then partake in sperm donation in London.

Will I be paid for my donation?

We’re often asked how much you get paid for donating sperm in the UK. Sperm donation is ultimately an act of charity, although the HFEA allows us to reimburse you up to £35 per donation for your time. It is illegal to pay donors more than their reasonable expenses in the UK.

How often can you donate sperm in the UK?

Sperm donation in the UK is governed not by the amount or frequency of donations, but by the number of families created as a result of your donation. Your donation can be used to create no more than 10 families, although you can specify fewer should you prefer to do so.

At what age can you donate sperm in the UK?

Sperm donors are usually between the ages of 18 and 45, but in certain cases a clinic may allow donors that are older than 45. If you’re unsure whether you could be eligible to donate, please get in touch with us.

Become a Sperm Donor

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