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  • Contact Us « Become a sperm donor – Donate don't waste
    Us Your Name Email Enquiry Name This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged 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 forward and amazingly rewarding TELL ME MORE I m ready to help For as little as 100 million sperm per day or less you can help make dreams

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  • What’s involved in donating sperm? « Become a sperm donor – Donate don't waste
    your semen analysis is normal we will go into stage 2 where you will Have an appointment with the doctor Have an initial medical and physical check up Get blood and urine tests including an STI Sexually Transmitted Infections screen Arrange an educational session with our qualified donor counsellor Stage 3 The tick of approval Providing your medical checks are all normal we will go into stage 3 where you will Have an initial educational session with your partner if applicable Have a 2nd medical conult to review your blood tests Sign consent forms and lifestyle declarations Have some tests for cystic fibrosis and a genetic screen Stage 4 The deep freeze quarantine Depending on the outcome of the educational sessions tests and screens you will Produce a number of samples Have your sample donations Cryogenically preserved for a 6 month quarantine period Have blood screens to clear frozen samples for donor use for 5 families In this section What s involved in donating sperm What are the health checks for how much money is reimbursed Am I legally responsible for any children Find the facts behind the myths legends Donating sperm isn t as complicated or messy as you

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  • What are the health checks for? « Become a sperm donor – Donate don't waste
    one or two semen samples so these can be checked to determine semen suitability and whether it will adequately survive freezing and thawing A sample is sent to pathology and cultured for evidence of bacterial infection gonorrhoea chlamydia and ureaplasma A blood sample is also taken for the following tests full blood examination including blood group and screening for thalassemia assessment of the number and condition of your chromosomes a genetic karyotype screening for infectious diseases such as HIV the AIDS virus syphilis hepatitis B and hepatitis C screening for cystic fibrosis CF carrier status One in 25 people are a carrier for CF and since some 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 considering donating Yes your health has a big impact on the quality and quantity of your sperm If you are going to consider donating you need to be honest and open about whether 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 gonorrhoea 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 In this section What s involved in donating sperm What are the health checks for how much money is reimbursed Am I legally responsible for any children Find the facts behind the myths legends Donating sperm isn t

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  • how much money is reimbursed? « Become a sperm donor – Donate don't waste
    donation such as travelling expenses but must not be given any valuable consideration for the donation such as money or a discount or priority in the provision of a service Traveling expenses are reimbursed at the rate of 100 00 per sample 50 00 of the expenses will be paid at the time of each sample collection and the remaining 50 00 will be held on account to be paid at the time the six 6 month screening is conducted that releases the sperm from quarantine for our use If after a few samples you are not accepted as a donor you can still request the traveling allowance for the samples you provided In this section What s involved in donating sperm What are the health checks for how much money is reimbursed Am I legally responsible for any children 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 forward and amazingly rewarding TELL ME MORE I m ready to help For as little as 100 million sperm per day or less you can help make dreams come true change lives and create something

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  • Am I legally responsible for any children? « Become a sperm donor – Donate don't waste
    you are made aware of the relevant section Please read the following paragraphs from The Status of Children Act 1996 14 Presumptions of parentage arising out of use of fertilisation procedures 1 When a married woman has undergone a fertilisation procedure as a result of which she becomes pregnant a her husband is presumed to be the father of any child born as a result of the pregnancy even if he did not provide any or all of the sperm used in the procedure but only if he consented to the procedure 2 If a woman whether married or unmarried becomes pregnant by means of a fertilisation procedure using any sperm obtained from a man who is not her husband that man is presumed not to be the father of any child born as a result of the pregnancy Is my information made available to any resulting children The Assisted Reproductive Technology Act 2007 has recently been passed in NSW and commenced on January 1 2010 A Central ART Registrar will be maintained by the NSW Director General and people born as a result of donor conception will have access to identifying information about their donors once they turn 18 years of age If any of the above makes you or your partner or your children feel uncomfortable about being a donor then it is unlikely that you will be a suitable candidate However you may still choose to discuss the legal and social implications surrounding sperm donation at an interview with a counsellor In this section What s involved in donating sperm What are the health checks for how much money is reimbursed Am I legally responsible for any children Find the facts behind the myths legends Donating sperm isn t as complicated or messy as you may have

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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 Comments 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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  • Age factors « Become a sperm donor – Donate don't waste
    addition the natural process during which damaged sperm die and are flushed from the body slows down with age impacting sperm quality Sperm damage is also more common as men age A recent study has found that advanced age in men carries similar risks as advanced age in women with regard to passing on birth defects to their offspring as well as with reducing an individual s chances of getting pregnant The study was conducted over a fourteen year period and found that were was an increased risk of Down s syndrome in patients particularly in cases when both the mother and father were over the age of 40 Studies have also found that there is a link between a father s age and the risk of schizophrenia and autism as well as achondroplasia a genetic disorder that often results in dwarfism This is because sperm DNA fragmentation increases with male age leading to a higher risk of gene mutation A study conducted by the University of California Berkeley in the United States also supports the relationship between male age and fertility The study found that sperm began to deteriorate during a man s twenties and that sperm function including sperm motility slowed down 0 7 annually By the time a man is 60 years old sperm deterioration is so great that 85 of sperm is considered to be abnormal The study was based on the analysis of sperm of 100 men ranging in age from 22 to 80 Steps to take It s important to understand the efefcts of age in your own fertility It s a good idea to put together a life plan that recognises fertility lessens with age and think about parenthood or donating sperm before the age of 35 More bootcamp sessions for healthy sperm

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  • Alcohol and smoking « Become a sperm donor – Donate don't waste
    also hamper the absorption of nutrients such as zinc which is one of the most important minerals for male fertility Here s the thing If you don t drink all week but have 10 beers over a weekend it has the same affect as drinking every day or night There is only one simple rule to go by no more than 2 standard drinks a session is normal Any more is considered binge drinking and will have some degree of affect on your overall health but especially on the health of your sperm Quit smoking Smoking may increase the number of free radicals in the body which may damage many cells including the sperm cells It may reduce sperm count and motility and increase the number of abnormal cells More bootcamp sessions for healthy sperm Steer clear of STIs sexually transmitted infections Watch the heat Remember winners don t do illegal drugs Stay healthy exercise Avoid stress remember that age IS a factor Yes men do have a biological clock too 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

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