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European Sperm Bank

Where are the Best Sperm Banks in Europe?

The most popular sperm banks in Europe are :

1) European Sperm Bank 

2) European Sperm Bank Denmark 

3) Cryos International Sperm Bank 

Sperm Banks across Europe are actively recruiting sperm donors. If you feel that you could become a sperm donor and help give someone the gift of life then once you have found a match on Co-ParentMatch.com go with your sperm recipient and register with a sperm bank for a known donor program.

European Sperm Bank based in Denmark and the related European Sperm Bank USA located in Seattle, Washington are one of the largest sperm banks worldwide.

Their donor information consists of:

  • Donor profile
  • Audio Interview
  • Baby photo
  • Kiersey test
  • Staff impression

All sperm donors are fully screened for health, fertility and disease.

To assist you in choosing the right donor, European Sperm Bank provides extended profiles (including essays), audio interviews, Keirsey tests and baby photos. In addition staff get to know the donors and provide staff impressions.

Donor sperm can be processed for all forms of artificial insemination (IUI, ICI and IVI), as well as in-vitro fertilization (IVF).

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What are the Costs at the European Sperm Bank?

Vials of sperm can be purchased from 185 Euros to 370 Euros per vial depending on the sperm quality and whether you are selecting an open or anonymous ID donor.

Donor information profiles can be purchased for 25 Euros to 100 Euros.

Shipping is from 300-550 Euros.

If you need donor sperm for artificial insemination, IUI, or other fertility treatments, online introductory services for sperm donors such as Co-parentMatch.com and sperm banks throughout Europe, enable you to browse sperm donor profiles. Sperm banks let you purchase sperm instantly with a credit card, and have it shipped to a fertility clinic of your choice. Shipping of the sperm can be arranged, in most cases, the very next day and many sperm banks across Europe ship internationally.

Some of the sperm banks listed in this section have active sperm donation programs enabling you to purchase sperm from healthy young men.

Sperm donors go through a thorough screening process and the donors are asked about their personal and family health histories going back several generations. Sperm donors are screened for sexually transmitted and hereditary diseases.

Sperm samples are quarantined for at least six months to ensure the donor is not infected with HIV or other diseases.

If you do not wish to purchase sperm from a sperm bank you can meet your sperm donor in person with Co-ParentMatch.com and then arrange for sperm donation through a sperm bank or fertility clinic. You can then arrange to have artificial insemination or IVF treatment.

How do I Choose a Donor from a European Sperm Bank?

The personal characteristics of your sperm donor will be listed and you can search by characteristics such as skin colour, hair colour and eye colour. For some donors you will get to view baby photos and on others there may be photo’s of your donor at the baby, toddler, adolescent and adult stages. This will be depend on whether the donor had agreed to be an open ID donor.

Why should I look at the CMV Status of my sperm donor?

Cytomegalovirus (CMV) is a common virus which is part of the herpes family of viruses. Once you are infected with CMV it will remain inactive in your body for the rest of your life. CMV causes few symptoms in most people.

CMV can be spread through sperm donation and there is no cure. It is one of the most common viral infections and around 50% of adults may have the virus.

Congenital CMV is an infection which can develop whena woman is pregnant and infects the unborn baby so it is important to look at your sperm donor’s medical information and if the sperm bank you are using declares if their donors carry the CMV virus.

What is an open ID donor?

Open ID donors are also known as ID release donors. In Europe these are donors who have agreed to be contacted by their adult offspring when the child reaches 18 years of age.

Laws around open ID donors and anonymity of donors varies greatly in different countries so be sure to check with your individual sperm bank on their anonymity policies.

Where can I find a link to Sperm Banks in Europe?

European Sperm Bank Visit

European Sperm Bank Denmark Visit

Cryos International Sperm Bank Ltd. Visit