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Hurstville, NSW 2220

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Donor Sperm

Why choose Fertility First for your donor sperm?

Fertility First has had a consistent, abundant supply or donor sperm immediately available for the past 15 years, leading to us being a top choice for donor sperm in Sydney.

On average Fertility First has 30-40 different donors available at any one time, from a variety of different cultural backgrounds.

The way our donor sperm program is managed allows for patients to purchase sperm only as they need it, for example, only purchasing sperm for the current cycle.  This reduces the need to outlay the cost of a number of straws at the beginning of treatment that are unlikely to be required. Once a pregnancy has been confirmed, more sperm may be dedicated to the patient for future pregnancy. This process ensures your expense is minimised without compromising the chance of conceiving.

Fertility First’s success rates, quality care and consistent supply of donor sperm make us a top choice for donor sperm treatment in Sydney.

Our Donor Sperm Process

Initial Selection and Consent Forms

During a patients first appointment, we run through all initial fertility tests and questions to help determine the best approach. From here, a treatment plan is determined.

Donor Sperm Allocation Confirmation

Once a treatment plan has been confirmed, Fertility First provides patients with consent forms and the current donor sperm list. Patients are required to select at least three sperm donors from the list.

Preparation of Donor Sperm

Once the donor sperm is confirmed, our fertility clinic proceeds with the preparation of the chosen donor sperm. This involves the handling and processing required to ensure the sperm is ready for use in the respective treatment cycle.

Undertake Procedure

After preparation, the donor sperm becomes available for the patient’s treatment. Our patients can then proceed with their scheduled sperm donor insemination procedure using the allocated donor sperm.

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Key things to consider when choosing a Sydney donor sperm clinic

Welcome to Fertility First

Offering Donor Sperm in Sydney

Considering donor sperm? Fertility First in Sydney offers a comprehensive program designed specifically for your needs.

We understand the emotional and physical challenges of infertility. Our dedicated team provides personalised care, ensuring you have a consistent point of contact throughout your journey.

Unlike your ovaries, we don’t follow a strict schedule. Fertility First offers flexible appointments outside regular business hours, weekdays, and weekends.

With our readily available sperm donor program (around 30-40 donors at any given time), you can bypass waitlists and focus on building your family.

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FAQ's about Donor Sperm in Australia

Donor Sperm is a treatment in which donor sperm is collected and inseminated into a woman’s uterus. Donor Sperm treatment is suitable for couples where the partner has little to no available sperm in the reproductive tract, meaning pregnancy would only be possible through IVF treatment. Donor sperm is also suitable if the man carries a genetic disease he does not wish to risk passing on to his children. Although the woman must have normal fallopian tubes, single women and women in same-sex relationships may also consider the IUDI process.

Yes, please see our full list of donor sperm support groups here.

Yes, in Australia, individuals or couples using donor sperm generally have the ability to choose certain characteristics of the sperm donor based on the available options. This allows for a degree of personalisation in the selection process.

In Australia, the procedures involved in using donor sperm typically follow a regulated process. Here is an overview of the general steps and procedures associated with using donor sperm:
  1. Initial Consultation.
  2. Medical Screening.
  3. Selection of a Sperm Donor.
  4. Legal Considerations.
  5. Fertility Treatment: Either intrauterine insemination (IUI) or in vitro fertilisation (IVF).
  6. Ongoing Support and Follow-up.

Yes, donor sperm can be used for fertility treatments such as in vitro fertilization (IVF) or intrauterine insemination (IUI). The specific treatment recommended will depend on various factors, including the individual or couple’s fertility needs, medical history, and the guidance of a fertility specialist.

In Australia, there are generally no specific age restrictions for using donor sperm. However, individual clinics or fertility centres may have their own policies regarding age limits for patients. Here at Fertility First, we don’t discriminate on age, so therefore we don’t have an age restriction for our patients using donor sperm.

Yes. Great news! At Fertility First, we ensure a reliable and readily available supply of donor sperm. Our clinic maintains an inventory of approximately 30 to 40 donors at any given time. This means that individuals or couples seeking donor sperm for treatment can access it without being placed on a waiting list. You can proceed with your treatment when you’re ready, knowing that the necessary donor sperm is readily available for use at Fertility First.

Every year thousands of Australians seek specialised medical advice and support due to difficulty in conceiving. Donor sperm treatment provides a potential opportunity to increase the chance of falling pregnant.

Statistics demonstrate that 4% of all children born in Australia each year are the result of Artificial Reproductive Technology, including Donor Insemination.

To qualify to become a sperm donor in Sydney, Australia, you must:

  • Be an Australian Citizen
  • You must be in good health and have completed genetic testing
  • Be able to donate in Sydney
  • You must be between the ages of 18 and 38
  • You will need to consent to making identifying information available to any resulting children once they turn 18

To find out more about becoming a Fertility First sperm donor, please call 02 9586 3311, fill out the enquiry form below or visit www.donatedontwaste.com.au

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How do I get donor sperm?

It’s not unusual to have questions about donor sperm, and we’re only too happy to help provide an answer. So how do you get donor sperm?

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