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E-Book: About Sperm and Sperm Banks

The Choice Moms Sperm Guide (40 pages) offers everything you need to know about sperm and sperm banks, but might not know to ask. Such as: An at-a-glance comparative chart of policies and prices at 11 sperm banks — number of donors, guaranteed motility count, family donor limit, price, shipping costs NEW in 2018: three pages…

PODCAST: Finding a sperm bank

http://www.SeattleSpermBank.com

ChoiceMoms.org has a lot of information about finding a sperm bank and using donor sperm.” use the Search function and the Category list at right. [See also our Eguide about choosing a sperm bank.] There are important changes needed, and slowly happening, in the donor sperm industry. On this Choice Chat show from 2008 I talk with three people…

Want to know about sperm donors?

This website has an extensive library of resources about sperm donors and the sperm donation process. Here are the highlights. STEP 1: Explore Options There are many types of sperm donors. Your first step will be to explore the options and decide what is right for you: anonymous, known/direct, open-identity I tend to recommend finding an open-identity…

PODCAST SPOTLIGHT: Seattle Sperm Bank policies

The Choice Chat podcast library of 50-plus shows have more than 63,000 downloads. Thanks to Seattle Sperm Bank for enabling me to continue hosting the episodes, through its multi-year sponsorship. If you’re shopping for a sperm bank, this podcast interview will help you understand the types of policies — about open-identity, family limits, and quality/return rules — that you…

Choosing a Sperm Bank Wisely

When choosing a sperm bank, many parents focus on finding a donor with specific characteristics, but don’t pay as much attention to the policies of the bank. This could have a profound impact on the family and the child someday. Do not pick a bank simply because it is the one recommended by your doctor…

Spotlight: Pacific Reproductive Services

PacRepro.com

Pacific Reproductive Services provided advertising funds toward creating the Choice Mom E-Guide:About Sperm. Periodically on the discussion boards, or in individual emails to me, women will ask for information about Pacific Reproductive Services, which is a less well-known sperm bank that was formed in 1984 to help single women and lesbian couples who were facing…

Spotlight: NW Cryobank (sperm)

nwcryobank.com

NW Cryobank became an advertiser in 2014 for our E-guides “About Sperm” and “About Eggs” (it provides both), and is starting to build a stronger relationship with the Choice Mom community. About Sperm Though I am still getting acquainted with the bank, it has a nice one-stop shopping aspect for many in the Choice Mom…

Q: How does your open identity donor policy work?

This is one in a series of Q&As I conducted with members of the donor sperm industry in 2010. The goal was to help educate Choice Moms-in-the-making about important policies that should help inform their decision about which bank to work with, even before choosing a donor. Note: The 2015 Choice Mom E-Guide: About Sperm…