Why consider sperm donation?
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.
If you’re aged between 18 – 45, you could make a huge difference to the lives of couples or individuals who may not be able to conceive without your help. At CRGH we pride ourselves on offering the most professional, personal care to all of our patients and donors. As part of the donation process you will receive a sexual health and basic genetic screening completely free of charge, and be reimbursed the HFEA regulated compensation of up to £35 per donation.
By becoming a donor you are giving an incredible gift and helping to create happy families.
Becoming a sperm donor
We hope to make the donation process as convenient as possible. To start the donation process, get in touch with our dedicated Donation team using the link below. The team will reach out and find a convenient time to arrange a consultation with one of the CRGH doctors and a nurse. We will ask about your medical and family history, explain the donation process in more detail and outline the tests required prior to making your first donation.
We will also require for you to see one of our counsellors for implications counselling. The aim of an implication session(s) is to explore the social, ethical and legal implications of sperm donation, as well as to provide sperm donors with the opportunity to discuss their concerns and anxieties.
We will ensure that wherever possible the process has minimal impact on your schedule and fits around your existing commitments.