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FAQs 2020 #6 I’m in a same sex relationship and we are wanting to start a family. We want to make sure we pick a fertility clinic that not only has a range of donor sperm options but will also ensure our treatment is safe and meeting all donor sperm rules and regulations.

FAQs 2020 #6 I’m in a same sex relationship and we are wanting to start a family. We want to make sure we pick a fertility clinic that not only has a range of donor sperm options but will also ensure our treatment is safe and meeting all donor sperm rules and regulations.

For some individuals and couples, creating a family is only possible with the use of donor sperm. My collaboration with Monash IVF means that my patients; single women, same sex couples and heterosexual couples are all eligible to access donor sperm.  The donors may be Monash IVF Clinic recruited, International Clinic recruited or already known to the patient and specifically for that patients treatment. Donor sperm can be used for Intra Uterine Insemination (IUI) or IVF treatment cycles.

All the sperm donors will have been reviewed from a medical point of view with the main focus on any personal or family genetic problem that may affect donor conceived children and are screened for any potential infectious agents that might come through the sperm donations to ensure that it is safe for the recipient to use. Donors are counselled and given advice around the state and national regulations that determine among other things, family limits and contact with donor conceived children. Currently Monash IVF Victoria has a good number of clinic recruited sperm donors available from both Caucasian and non-Caucasian ethnicities.

Learn more about Monash IVF’s sperm donor program.

If you have any questions don’t hesitate to book a phone chat with my Fertility Nurse Pam or book an appointment with me.

For some individuals and couples, creating a family is only possible with the use of donor sperm. My collaboration with Monash IVF means that my patients; single women, same sex couples and heterosexual couples are all eligible to access donor sperm.  The donors may be Monash IVF Clinic recruited, International Clinic recruited or already known to the patient and specifically for that patients treatment. Donor sperm can be used for Intra Uterine Insemination (IUI) or IVF treatment cycles.

All the sperm donors will have been reviewed from a medical point of view with the main focus on any personal or family genetic problem that may affect donor conceived children and are screened for any potential infectious agents that might come through the sperm donations to ensure that it is safe for the recipient to use. Donors are counselled and given advice around the state and national regulations that determine among other things, family limits and contact with donor conceived children. Currently Monash IVF Victoria has a good number of clinic recruited sperm donors available from both Caucasian and non-Caucasian ethnicities.

Learn more about Monash IVF’s sperm donor program.

If you have any questions don’t hesitate to book a phone chat with my Fertility Nurse Pam or book an appointment with me.