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  • Become a sperm donor – Donate don't waste
    INFO bootcamp for sperm Bet you havent spent much time pondering the health of your sperm Most guys don t We just think it s a given that they are perfect in every way Sadly this isn t true The choices you make every day effect your sperm and may effect your fertility MORE INFO the great sperm race You won this race once and the prize was being born

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  • WHAT’S IN IT FOR ME? « Become a sperm donor – Donate don't waste
    donated sperm may be their chance of achieving pregnancy Each year about 4 of all children born in Australia are the result of Artificial Reproductive Technology including Donor Insemination Providing donor sperm is the most precious gift of all to the recipient women from this they may have a child which would have been impossible otherwise So what are the other main benefits There are many benefits to becoming a sperm donor the most important is knowing that you may help to create a life and in doing so make someone s dream come true Apart from the warm fuzzies though you will also receive A general health check including bloods sexual health results A fertility assessment find out now how fertile you are Reimbursement for the time and expenses you may incur providing the sperm donation Got question We thought you might have a few questions so if you look in the green box on the right you will see that we have added some general information that you might be interested in Each section will outline a little bit more about the process We have also added a bunch of answers to the frequently asked questions section In

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  • HOW DO I START? « Become a sperm donor – Donate don't waste
    No Have you you your children or anyone in your family been diagnosed with a congenital or hereditary disease or illness Yes No Are you able to donate in Sydney Yes No How old are you Under 18 18 21 22 24 25 34 35 38 39 54 55 64 65 or Above Prefer Not to Answer Will you consent to making any identifying info available to any resulting children once they are 18 if they request it Yes No Name First Last Email Enter Email Confirm Email Phone Which Australian State or Territory do you live in NSW VIC QLD SA WA NT TAS What suburb do you live in Sorry but you do not qualify to become a donor Having a history of congenital or hereditary disease or illness here or not consenting to make identifying info available to any resulting children once they are 18 if they request it means you do not qualify to become a donor at this stage Thank you for taking the time to consider this amazingly generous gift Name This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged Find the facts behind the myths legends Donating sperm isn t as

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  • TAKING CARE OF YOUR SPERM « Become a sperm donor – Donate don't waste
    are a whole range of things you can do to better care for your sperm or increase its quality and quantity ready for becoming a sperm donor or starting a family of your own Below we have noted down some big and important steps you should take first As a general rule if you think or know that you have a low sperm count you should visit a doctor to determine the cause of the decreased sperm Having a low sperm count or quality does not mean that one will not be able to father a child It simply means that adjustments in one s lifestyle or habits should be done to improve the life of sperm cells which are actions necessary to ensure success in procreation 6 steps to getting healthier sperm To find out more about each step simply click on the step or click on the topic of interest in the green box on the right Steer clear of STIs sexually transmitted infections Watch the heat Remember winners don t do drugs Cut back on the alcohol quit smoking Stay healthy exercise Avoid stress remember that age IS a factor Yes men do have a biological clock

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  • FAQs « Become a sperm donor – Donate don't waste
    recipients may be carriers donors are screened so that any resulting children are not afflicted with cystic fibrosis which can be life threatening Are there any health issues I should inform about before donating You contract a cold the flu or a more serious illness Your health may affect your semen quality You start taking drugs or medication of any kind You and or your sexual partner s contract an infectious disease such as HIV hepatitis syphilis herpes gonorrhea or chlamydia either while you are an active donor or after you stop donating You your children or anyone in your family is diagnosed with a congenital or hereditary disease or illness either while you are an active donor or after you stop donating Why is my semen quarantined for 6 months before use Cryopreserved donor sperm cannot be used unless the donor remains infection free six months after the sperm was donated eg If the initial donation is made in JANUARY 2009 the donor will need to repeat blood urine and semen tests in JULY 2009 to clear the sperm from quarantine We require you to attend the clinic for repeat blood semen and urine tests to clear your sperm donation We must stress the importance of returning for tests so that your sperm can be used Without repeat screens the semen cannot be used for insemination Every six months the tests will need to be repeated if you continue to donate The laboratory will advise you when these need to be done What level of consent do I need to give around use of my semen The Assisted Reproductive Technology Act requires that every semen donor signs consent and declaration forms The consents are agreements to donate and to have sperm cryopreserved Lifestyle declarations are necessary as the lifestyle of some in the community may increase their risk of contracting diseases that could infect the recipients and any children conceived If you have participated in a possible high risk activity eg intravenous drug use male to male sex in the last 12 months your donated sperm will be quarantined for 12 months rather than 6 months Donors may be asked to reaffirm the lifestyle declaration during the course of their donations Donors who consent are provided with copies of the signed consent forms which must be signed in the presence of a medical practitioner Consent must also be obtained from your spouse or partner if relevant Can I revoke my consent at any stage A donor may at any time prior to the use of his semen vary or revoke his consent by notice in writing to the Medical Director of the facility where they donated If consent is revoked the clinic is required to dispose of any remaining samples What are the absolute requirements of becoming a sperm donor You will be required to sign a lifestyle declaration There must be no family history of the following Muscular dystrophy Huntington s disease Tay Sach s disease Colour blindness

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  • The great sperm race « Become a sperm donor – Donate don't waste
    know how you did in the great sperm race through the comments below Reply to Comment close Leave A Reply Comment form Name Email Website Message Submit Comment Comment form Name Email optional Website Message Submit Comment Notify me of followup comments via e mail Find the facts behind the myths legends Donating sperm isn t as complicated or messy as you may have thought Actually it s pretty straight

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  • About Fertility First « Become a sperm donor – Donate don't waste
    programs and natural therapies are offered in addition to medical interventions to maximise the chance of pregnancy while minimising the treatment required We pride ourselves on tailoring programs to your individual needs respecting privacy and time constraints so that you feel as comfortable as possible Our aim is to improve fertility and maximise a couple s chance of conceiving while minimising disruption to their life As we believe it is very important to treat couples according to their individual needs you will be fully assessed prior to any treatment starting Our range of services Our full service offering at Fertility First includes In Vitro Fertilisation IVF Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection ICSI Embryo Freezing Frozen Embryo Transfer FET Testicular Sperm Extraction TESE Percutaneous Epididymal Sperm Aspiration PESA Counseling Services Surgery Research Projects Timed Intercourse IC or Cycle Monitoring Ovulation Induction OI Artificial Insemination using Partner s Semen IUI Donor Insemination IUDI Oocyte Donation DOP Contacting Fertility First Telephone 02 9586 3311 Fax 02 9586 3322 Address 50 52 Gloucester Road Hurstville NSW 2220 Australia Open Times We are open from 7 30am to 5 00pm weekdays Morning and afternoon consulting times are available throughout the week Our staff are also available

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  • Privacy & Terms « Become a sperm donor – Donate don't waste
    our practice including quality assurance practice accreditation and database maintenance Complaints handling and notification to our insurers Disclosure to third parties where legally required to do so such as producing documents in answer to a court subpoena or mandatory reporting of certain notifiable diseases Compliance with our regulatory requirements to Make a small sample of case notes available for confidential review by our auditors at annual audits to demonstrate that our practice complies with the national Reproductive Technology Accreditation Committee Code of Practice Submit a summary with identifying information removed of every treatment cycle we perform to the Australia and New Zealand Assisted Reproduction Database In addition we may use non identifying information taken from your medical file for data analysis and research 3 Fertility First owner of donatedontwaste com au Fertility Forum If you choose to comment on articles or join the Fertility First owner of donatedontwaste com au on line Fertility Forum we may need to obtain personal information about you as part of the website user registration process We may also use a feature of your browser called a cookie to assign your computer a User ID However the cookie does not contain information by which you can be personally identified Any information that you post on the Fertility Forum will be able to be accessed by other Forum members subject to the Forum s terms and conditions of use By posting the information you give consent for your personal information to be used in this way 4 Access Except in a very limited range of circumstances recognised under relevant privacy legislation you are entitled to access the personal information we hold about you at any time convenient to both yourself and Fertility First Your request should be forwarded via email to info donatedontwaste com au Terms and Conditions Your access to and use of this site is subject to the following terms and conditions and all applicable laws By accessing and using this site you accept the following terms and conditions without limitation or qualification Unless otherwise stated the contents of this site including but not limited to the text and images contained herein and their arrangement are the property of Fertility First All trademarks used or referred to in this Web site are the property of their respective owners This website has been provided by Fertility First for general information purposes only and accordingly Fertility First cannot accept responsibility for any error omission misrepresentation or misstatement contained in these pages Any medical information is provided as a general information service only and is not intended as a substitute for advice from a registered physician or other healthcare professional Links on this site may lead to services or sites not operated by Fertility First No judgment or warranty is made with respect to such other services or sites and Fertility First takes no responsibility for such other sites or services A link to another site or service is not an endorsement of that site or service

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