By SpermCenter - Posted on June 17th, 2010
Thu, 2010-06-17 23:00 | SpermCenter
This depends on where you are located and what the laws and health statutes are in your country.
A good place to start would be the European Society of Human Reproduction & Embryology's (ESHRE) website, specifically this page that outlines the legal guidelines for the European countries that allow insemination via a donor.
By SpermCenter - Posted on June 14th, 2010
Mon, 2010-06-14 23:00 | SpermCenter
We recently recieved a question from a potential sperm donor asking about sperm banks near Tulsa, Arizona.
While there aren't any in Tulsa that we know of, you may want to look at Arizona Andrology Lab & Cryobank in Tucson (520-885-2689) or the Arizona center for Fertility Studies in Scottsdale (480-860-4792).
By SpermCenter - Posted on June 10th, 2010
Thu, 2010-06-10 23:00 | SpermCenter
This happens to be a question we've gotten several times recently; the answer is that no, you don't get to meet the donors in person. We simply list the donors from the sperm banks in the United States; but like all other sperm banks in the U.S., you don't get to meet the sperm donor you choose.
By SpermCenter - Posted on June 8th, 2010
Tue, 2010-06-08 23:00 | SpermCenter
We recently received a question from a client asking about fertility clinics that perform in vitro maturation in San Antonio, Texas.
If you're looking for a similar service in San Antonio, your best bet is to find the nearest clinics in your area and ask them if they perform that service.
If they don't, ask if they can recommend you to someone who can. The same goes if the clinic is unwilling to perform the procedure; ask them if they can recommend someone who specializes in that area of assisted reproduction.
By SpermCenter - Posted on June 6th, 2010
Sun, 2010-06-06 23:00 | SpermCenter
The results from a 25-year study on children raised in lesbian households were recently published in the journal Pediatrics and suggest some controversial conclusions: children raised in lesbian households were psychologically well-adjusted and had fewer behavioral problems than their peers.
The study tracked 68 lesbian couples who had children via donor insemination (artificial insemination using a sperm donor) and analyzed the well-being of each couple's child (ren) through a series of interviews and questionnaires.