If you’ve recently moved home or you are considering or already receiving treatment at another fertility centre then you may find it useful to know that you can safely transfer your frozen embryos or sperm to another centre. You can even import frozen samples from a fertility clinic outside of the UK.
There are many reasons men choose to donate their sperm to help women and couples have a baby who couldn’t do so without this generous act of donation. Here are just a few.
If you’re thinking about giving sperm then you may associate with one or more of these reasons.
Age is the number one factor that affects female fertility. The biological clock varies from one woman to another but her fertility will progressively decline. A woman is generally most fertile during the second half of her 20’s and this then drops off substantially at around the age of 32. Fertility can decline sharply for the over 35’s.
Sperm donors needed to help couples achieve their only hope of having a family
To meet current demands, around 1,000 sperm donors are needed every year from all nationalities, religions and cultures, especially those from ethnic minority backgrounds¹.
Here at Complete Fertility Centre we need your sperm.
Many women these days are delaying starting a family for a multitude of reasons that are specific to their circumstances and personal life choices. Women may aspire to further their career first before trying for a baby, they may not be in a relationship with a partner who they wish to have children with or they may not feel financially stable to provide for a future family.
Coping with infertility and embarking upon treatment can be, for many people, very emotionally and physically challenging. Understanding a little of what infertility patients go through and a desire to offer support and to help make sense of it, our Counsellor, Ruth Wilde, started an Infertility Support Group at Complete Fertility in October 2014.
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