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Seattle Sperm Bank
Seattle Sperm Bank | The Oncofertility Consortium
Sperm donation is an option for couples with male factor infertility, same-sex couples, and single women. The care coordination team is dedicated to helping you achieve pregnancy, and will always take your unique needs into account. Success depends on the age of the patient and whether concurrent medications are used. We recommend at least three to five cycles for the best chance of success. Known sperm donors the donor is known to the patient, but is not a sexually intimate partner or an intended parent will be required to undergo FDA screening, testing, and sperm cryopreservation before their samples may be used for IUI or IVF at SRM. A legal confirmation letter from your attorney is required by SRM prior to starting any treatment. SRM cannot accept a copy of the legal contract in place of the legal confirmation letter.
Become a Sperm Donor
Seattle Sperm Bank provides personal storage services and collects sperm for both directed donors and known donors. Often, we often work with cancer patients in order to assist them with sperm cryopreservation prior to their treatment. We do our best to make the process as stress-free as possible, ensuring that all questions are answered and the donor is comfortable. A directed donor is an individual who stores sperm for a chosen recipient who is not his spouse or sexually intimate partner, and intends to observe the FDA recommended 6-month quarantine of specimens.
If you are interested in applying to become a sperm donor, please Apply and we will provide you with further instructions on when and how to donate. If you are wanting to do Personal Storage, or to become a Directed Donor, please contact us for more information and to make an appointment. Donors that are accepted into our program typically visit our lab two to three times per week.