Donating sperm at CARE Fertility
As the UK's leading fertility specialists, we help thousands of couples become parents every year in CARE clinics across the country and we know how important sperm donors are.
Would you donate sperm to help other couples?
You may already be a father yourself and know the joy children bring to your life. Could you consider donating sperm and give another couple the chance to have a precious child of their own?
Did you know?
- 1 in 6 couples need help getting pregnant
- many treatments involve donor sperm
You need to be fit and healthy, under 41 years of age and with no history of genetic disorders.
If you are interested in donating please visit the link below to read our information document and then complete the short on-line questionnaire.
Read more detailed information about becoming a Sperm Donor
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CARE Fertility Pioneering Firsts
1978 - World's first IVF baby
1981 - First male factor patient treated
1982 - World's first baby delivered after intrauterine sperm/egg transfer
1984 - World's first baby from blastocyst transfer
1990 - World's first baby born after micro-injection
1992 - Britain's first SUZI treatment baby
1992 - Britain's first "sugar drop" frozen embryo baby
1996 - World's first testicular spermatid baby
2007 - Europe's first baby born following embryo screening using Comparative Genomic Hybridisation (CGH)
2009 - Birth of World's First baby following array CGH screening
2010 - UK's first baby born through PGD for HLA tissue matching
2010 - Blastocyst Chromosome Screening - UK's first baby born
2010 - First multi-factorial genetic chromosome tissue typing and translocation analysis of embryos in an IVF cycle
2010 - First UK based total treatment cycle for PGD and HLA Tissue Matching - Fanconi Anaemia
2011 - First UK pregnancy following use of an Embryoscope