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Sperm Banks UK

Are you looking for a UK sperm donor?

If you are looking to purchase semen from a sperm bank that check out our guide to choosing a sperm bank donor and view our links page for sperm bank listings . All of the sperm banks listed in this section have active sperm donation programs enabling you to purchase sperm from healthy young men.

Sperm Bank Donor Screening

Sperm bank 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.

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Browse Sperm Donor Profiles

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 the UK, enable you to browse sperm donor profiles. Sperm banks allow you to 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 in the UK ship internationally.

Finding a sperm donor on Co-ParentMatch.com means you will meet your donor in person and if you are happy with your match you can arrange for insemination through a sperm bank, fertility clinic or home insemination.

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Are you thinking about becoming a sperm donor?

Co-ParentMatch.com offers an alternative to a sperm bank for donors who are looking to help single women, lesbian couples and heterosexual couples. There are thousands of women registered who are looking for your help now! So, if you are a fit and healthy male and willing to undergo health and fertility screening tests then register as a sperm donor now.

Sperm Donor Clinics UK

Your GP will be able to refer you to your local sperm donor clinic. Clinics are usually located within city hospitals. If you are a donor you will be able to be tested to see if you will be accepted on to their donor programme and if you are looking for a sperm donor the clinic will be able to enable you to browse their sperm donor catalogue.

The London Womens Clinic

The London Womens Clinic was established in 1985 in Harley Street London. The clinic has state-of-the-art medical facilities include on-site laboratories and theatres and a team of experienced staff.

The London Womens Clinic joined forces with the London Sperm Bank to become the largest sperm bank in the UK.

The London Women’s clinic offers a diverse cultural mix of donors. You can select sperm donors by education, religion, occupation or interests.

All donor sperm is screened to minimise the risks of genetic disorders and has that has undergone a six month quarantine period .

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Using a known sperm donor at the London Womens Clinic

Since the launch of Co-ParentMatch.com women using a known sperm donor for fertility treatment is becoming more and more popular. The London Women’s clinic does accept known donors so when you have found your sperm donor on Co-ParentMatch.com he can be screened at the London Women’s Clinic, have his sperm banked and you can access your required fertility treatment.

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Treatment costs at the London Women’s Clinic

Consultation & Investigation

  • Fertility Consultation (including ultrasound scan and counselling) £295
  • Semen analysis (including analysis and report) £100

IVF

  • Standard IVF £2,950
  • IVF Lite (including medication, ICSI & blastocyst if required) £3,500
  • IVF 3 cycle package £5,900
  • Single cycle IVF/ICSI with CGH or Polar body biopsy (1-8 samples) £5,650
  • Standard IVF with ICSI £4,050
  • Egg-sharing and egg donation
  • IVF for egg-sharers (including HFEA fee) £75
  • Ovum (egg) recipient from an anonymous donor/known donor/partner £5,760
  • Partner to partner and egg-sharing (including HFEA fee) £575

Egg freezing

  • Egg freezing £2,600

Intrauterine Insemination (IUI)

  • Intrauterine Insemination (IUI natural cycle) £795
  • Intrauterine Insemination (IUI natural cycle) – 3 cycle package £1,590
  • Intrauterine Insemination (IUI stimulated cycle) £1,295
  • Intrauterine Insemination (IUI stimulated cycle) – 3 cycle package £2,590

Donor sperm

  • Donor sperm from the LSB catalogue £850
  • 3 cycle donor sperm package from the LSB catalogue £1,700

Please note that not all treatments are available at every clinic and that costs vary between clinics. 

The London Sperm Bank

Background

The London Sperm Bank was founded in March 2010 to address the shortage of sperm donors in the UK. The London Sperm Bank joined forces with the The London Women’s Clinic sperm bank to form the UK’s largest provider of donor sperm.

The London Sperm Bank has approximately 10,000 vials of donor sperm available which can be used to perform fertility treatment at affiliated fertility centres. The London Women’s Clinic use donated sperm in approximately 1000 treatment cycles per year.

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Aim

The aim of the London Sperm Bank is to give women in the UK maximum choice of donor sperm without having to undertake expensive travel abroad.

Location

The London Sperm Bank is located in central to make it as easy as possible for you to become a sperm donor.

Sperm Donors

The London Sperm Bank (LSB) is licensed by the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA).

The London Sperm Bank has a selection of UK recruited donor sperm from a variety of cultures, religions and sections of the community. You can search based on searching physical characteristics, educational background, occupation, religion or personal interests you are looking for. Staff impressions of the sperm donors personality are also available.

Treatment

The London Sperm Bank works exclusively with the London Women's Clinic and Bridge centre where treatment using donor sperm can take place. There are four London Women’s Clinic centres situated across the UK in Harley Street London, Cardiff, Darlington and Swansea. The Bridge clinic is situated conveniently close to London Bridge station.

Treatment costs at the London Women’s Clinic

Consultation & Investigation

  • Fertility Consultation (including ultrasound scan and counselling) £295
  • Semen analysis (including analysis and report) £100

IVF

  • Standard IVF £2,950
  • IVF Lite (including medication, ICSI & blastocyst if required) £3,500
  • IVF 3 cycle package £5,900
  • Single cycle IVF/ICSI with CGH or Polar body biopsy (1-8 samples) £5,650
  • Standard IVF with ICSI £4,050
  • Egg-sharing and egg donation
  • IVF for egg-sharers (including HFEA fee) £75
  • Ovum (egg) recipient from an anonymous donor/known donor/partner £5,760
  • Partner to partner and egg-sharing (including HFEA fee) £575

Egg freezing

  • Egg freezing £2,600

Intrauterine Insemination (IUI)

  • Intrauterine Insemination (IUI natural cycle) £795
  • Intrauterine Insemination (IUI natural cycle) – 3 cycle package £1,590
  • Intrauterine Insemination (IUI stimulated cycle) £1,295
  • Intrauterine Insemination (IUI stimulated cycle) – 3 cycle package £2,590

Donor sperm

  • Donor sperm from the LSB catalogue £850
  • 3 cycle donor sperm package from the LSB catalogue £1,700

Please note that not all treatments are available at every clinic and that costs vary between clinics. 
 

The Birmingham Sperm Bank

The Birmingham Sperm Bank was set up in 2012 to help produce more sperm donors in the UK.

1 in 6 couples across the UK require fertility treatment and over 500 sperm donors are needed across the UK. Many couples have to wait for up to 2 years for treatment.

Donors are required from all nationalities, religions, ethnicities and cultures to fulfil the demand. There is currently a high demand for asian sperm donors and chinese sperm donors.

The Birmingham Sperm Bank recruit donors according to National guidelines that state you should be a healthy man, between 18 and 45 years old. You may not be able to donate if you have a serious medical problem, a disability, or a history of congenital, family or hereditary (inherited) disease.

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What does donating sperm at the Birmingham Sperm Bank Involve?

All sperm donors will need to be willing to attend the clinic regularly for initial tests and then donating. A final screening process will take place 6 months after your last donation.

Sperm donors will be asked to complete a questionnaire and have their semen analysed in order to ascertain the suitability of the sperm.

Blood and urine samples will be taken to ensure screening for various diseases. You will also be asked to undergo a physical examination. These tests are taken to ensure there are no problems that could harm any of the resulting offspring.

Sperm donation normally involves making 20 to 25 donations over a period of several months.

Does the Birmingham Sperm Bank pay a sperm donor?

As a sperm donor you are entitled to be reimbursed for expenses incurred as a result of donation, such as travel expenses, for which you will need to provide receipts. You are also entitled to compensation for loss of earnings to a legal maximum of £250.

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