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There are many reasons why people may need to use donated sperm, and in fact around half of all cases where couples are unable to get pregnant naturally are sperm-related. For many people, using a sperm donor or an egg donor or both may be the only way to see their dream of being a parent come true. In this article we look at the circumstances that may mean that having a baby with a sperm donor is the best option.
Gwyneth, now 44, a nurse from the home counties, was 32 and single when she decided she could not wait any longer to conceive a child. I'd done what I wanted career-wise, I'd travelled and worked in Australia. A lot of my friends were settling down and having children.
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Skip navigation! Nandita Raghuram. If you think choosing a sperm donor is about as easy as narrowing down blue eyes or brown, you are way off.
The sperm donation process is a lot more than just a quick way to make cash. In fact, the process is far from quick and that's one of many misconceptions about sperm donation and donor selection process. INSIDER spoke to Scott Brown, the vice president of communications at California Cryobank one of the largest frozen-tissue banks in the worldand Kim Kluger-Bell, a licensed marriage and family therapist and author of " The Pea That Was Me ," a book dedicated to teaching donor-conceived kids about the way they came into the world to dispel the myths surrounding sperm donation. A lot of factors go into determining whether someone could be a good candidate for donation.