The opportunity to earn up to $1,000 per month in extra income is often the primary reason men choose to donate sperm. But becoming a sperm donor offers other benefits as well. In fact, one of the biggest reasons is often overlooked – donors get free me... read more
Healthy sperm, including a high sperm count, is necessary if you want to be a sperm donor. This is why we do a comprehensive sperm analysis of all potential donors to determine their fertility potential. Generally speaking, if your overall health is good,... read more
More women than ever are using fertility clinics to start a family, and this has led to a shortage of healthy donor sperm across the United States and much of the world. This is due to several factors, notably the increase in single women and lesbian coup... read more
At Seattle Sperm Bank, we specialize in open identity donors. We’ve found this arrangement works best for all parties involved. As children conceived using donor sperm grow into adulthood, many are curious to know more about their genetic inheritance. S... read more
Not all sperm banks are the same. In fact, the donation experience can vary widely, which has caused some misconceptions in the marketplace about what to expect when donating sperm. Perhaps the best way to find out what it’s like is to see for yourself,... read more
The sperm life cycle is about 46 to 76 days. That means that lifestyle changes you make today will take about two+ months to show up in a semen analysis. Following are some of the do’s and don’ts for improving the health of your sperm. Don’t: Si... read more
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