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How Does A Sperm Donor Work
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IVF summary: Essentially a woman takes fertility drugs to make muliple egg form, the eggs are removed and fertilized in a petri dish with sperm (partner's or donor) the embryos created are put back in with an embryo transfer 2-5 days later. Ivf usually costs around $10, 000. For details on the procedure and costs refer to my website www.Rockymountainfertility.Com. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Several steps: There are several steps to the donor egg IVF process.They include selecting and screening the donor, testing you, preparing your uterus for implantation, stimulating the donor's eggs, harvesting her eggs, fertilizing them with your husband's sperm, transferring them back into you, giving you meds to hold onto the pregnancy and then the pregnancy test. ...Read more
LAB FERTILIZATION: Ivf means the egg and sperm are fertillized in the lab, in a petri dish rather than in a womans tubes. Traditionally the female is given fertility medications to help the ovary to make more than one egg and then the eggs are removed from the ovary. The eggs and sperm are put together in the lab in a petri dish to fertilize. Several days later, the embryo is transferred into the uterus. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
IVF: Most costs are provider specific, and will vary depending on any additional testing or evaluation that needs done, but you should probably budget at least 10-15,000. ...Read more
How it is preserved: It can survive in side female reproductive system up to 5 days , ( most of the time 2 to 3 days ) , out side the body on a dry surface will not survive , but in a condom with liquid media , when kept in very cold could survive couple of days. In a sperm bank super cooled with preserves will survive for 5 yrs or may be more. ...Read more
Overview here ...: First you choose either an anonymous egg donor (usually under 30) or a known donor. The donor is tested for egg supply, infections, genetic or psychological issues. When you are ready, the donor receives shots to make multiple eggs then has eggs removed. The eggs are fertilized in the lab with your partner's sperm, grow into embryos, and the best 1-2 embryos are replaced. Any extras can be frozen. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sperm donor: This really depends on your country regulations. Also depending on how close the cousin is will determine if its a good idea. The closer genetically the greater the likelihood of genetic abnormality. You should really talk to a geneticist who can advise you. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It's quite strict: There are national guidelines for screening sperm donors in the US. Most reputable banks adhere to those guidelines. These include, and aren't limited to, being tested via sperm analysis as well as blood tests to assure good health and absence of infectious diseases and genetic disorders. Contact a reputable sperm bank (like California Cryo or Fairfax Cryobank) for further information. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Sperm donor qualitie: Basically, the individual shoud be of sound physical condition and should represent all of the qualities that you are looking for.................... ...Read more
Lots of it: Height, weight, age, medical history, surgical history, social history, fertiltiy history, hsitory of sexually transmitted diseases, family history, your educational history, travel history over past 10-20 years. Other info possiblty too. You also need to be tested for sexually transmitetd diseases a minimum of twice, 6 months apart. ...Read more
Yes: As long as both of you do not have rare, "recessive gene" illnesses, using a second cousin as a sperm donor is acceptable in terms of genetic risk. These days, genetic counselors can help you determine if you share certain genes which might result in an illness in a baby. I think it's well worth your time to see a genetic counselor before making this very final decision. Good luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Does it matter who I choose as a sperm donor? Ie: ex husband, friend...Are there any legal issues regarding such?
Your choice: Sperm banks list characteristics such as health, education, racial aspects, etc. Your personal choice of a donor, if you are doing it yourself is no different than a dating relationship. But you can choose based upon your desired characteristics. The only legal issue relates to privacy, the claim of the donor on the child, the rights of the child. You can sign exclusion agreements for this. ...Read more
No: Not usually required.Get a more detailed answer ›
Silly ?no such thing: Sperm donation is when a male donates sperm for the purpose of impregnating a woman with no fertile sexual partner. Using ai, the sperm is artificially inseminated into the woman's vagina. Using ni, the sperm is naturally inseminated by sexual intercourse with the woman for the specific purpose of fertilization and conception. ...Read more
If : If you desire to be a sperm donor you should contact the facility directly. The new hampshire fertility center apparently has offices in concord, lebanon, rochester and manchester. Toll free: 866-770-6138. Normally, sperm banks are looking for men 18 to 40 who are both physically and psychologically healthy. You need to have robust sperm (a high percentage of healthy sperm). The sperm are tested for hiv, hepatitis b & c, cytomegalovirus and syphilis fda regulations require a physical examination and an in depth medical history. ...Read more
Things to ponder: Respected sperm banks research the medical history of the donor and do some basic safety testing on the material, prepare it so it preserves its fertility, and monitors its use. "Mail order" sperm may be available on the net, but you would never know the source, fertility, or whether it would die in transit. You need to meet with your doc/OB and discuss your interests. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
IVF: If you're asking about the cost most likely nobody can answer that question . It depends on the donor. ...Read more
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