Sperm donation is a generous gift, as it offers some women and couples their only chance to have children. There is currently a shortage of sperm donors throughout Australia, so we encourage you to consider whether you could become a sperm donor, and offer the gift of a family to others. You will be reimbursed your expenses on presentation of receipts to cover travel and parking associated with donating. Yes, a QFG Fertility Specialist will conduct a thorough check of your medical history, including extended family and genetic history.
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We have been helping couples and single women access donor sperm for over 30 years, and have a wide range donor sperm available, with no waiting list. If you are interested in donating sperm to help women and couples achieve their dream of a family, visit our Donating Sperm page. Donor sperm can provide many women and couples with their only chance of having a healthy baby, including:. At Queensland Fertility Group, we have an experienced team of donor coordinators, dedicated to assisting you throughout your fertility treatment. Our donor coordinators can help you choose your sperm donor, navigate Queensland and Australian legislation, and decide how to communicate to your child about their conception.
Making a sperm donation is one of the most generous things a man can do, as it gives others the chance to have a baby. We currently have a shortage of sperm donors in Australia, so we thank you for considering becoming a sperm donor and helping create a family. The reasons for people needing to access donor sperm are varied, and include heterosexual couples having difficulty conceiving because of male reproductive issues, single women who want to have a child, and women in same sex relationships keen to start a family. IVFAustralia has a dedicated and experienced donor team who provide guidance and support for donors and recipients throughout the process. The privacy of all donors is protected until the child is aged 18, however, once a child is born from a sperm donation we are required to provide identifying details of the donor to the NSW Health Central Register.
Patients can also select a sperm donor with particular characteristics that are important to them. It is important to remember that in Australia, children conceived from donor sperm have the right to access identifying information about the donor when they turn In addition, only sperm donations from donors who have been counselled by Victorian counsellors can be used in Victoria.