You might need donor sperm to help you start a family for a number of reasons including being: a man with very low sperm count or no sperm, a same-sex couple or, a single woman.
In this blog we’ll help guide you through the six main things you need to consider when choosing fertility treatment with donor sperm.
Listen in to a chat about sperm donation and treatment on BBC Radio Solent
Julie our Donor Coordinator and a couple who have successfully used donor sperm in their fertility treatment with us will be chatting about sperm donation and treatment on Radio Solent this Tuesday at midday. Tune in to hear more.
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Become a donor
We need men and women to become heroes this Christmas and give their sperm and eggs.
Around 1 in 7 couples may have difficulty falling pregnant and achieving their dream of becoming parents.
Fertility clinics, such as Complete Fertility Centre, are here to help make these dreams come true. For some, a truly generous donation of sperm or eggs offers the only chance to start a family and provides hope to those who thought that they could never have children.
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We are excited to be attending Brighton Pride this coming Saturday (5th August) as a stallholder. Please come and see us at this flamboyant event. In the lead up we’ve created this blog to explain the fertility options available at Complete Fertility Centre for same sex and single women.
Continue reading Our fertility treatment options for same-sex and single women
Patients at Complete Fertility have the opportunity of time-lapse EmbryoScope™ monitoring as part of their treatment cycle.
During June, July and August 2017 we are offering our patients this advanced technology for the special price of £350 (normally £700).
Continue reading Special summer price for latest Embryoscope™ technology at Complete Fertility
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.
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If you’re considering becoming an egg donor then you’ll already have your own personal thoughts about why you might like to donate your eggs. Women choose to become egg donors for many reasons and here are just a few. Whatever your reason it takes a very special person to give the most generous gift – the gift of life.
Continue reading Eggcellent reasons to donate your eggs
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.
Continue reading Know the facts about age and infertility
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.
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Latest figures from the HFEA show that the numbers of women undergoing fertility treatment using donor sperm have risen consistently over recent years. In 2013, 1645 cycles of fresh IVF or donor insemination treatment were carried out for female patients registered without a partner.
Continue reading More single women are having a baby on their own than ever before