COVID-19 Update for All Sperm Donors

COVID-19 Update for All Sperm Donors

In response to the evolving COVID-19 outbreak, Seattle Sperm Bank has issued the following updates for our patients and donors.

COVID-19 Update for All Sperm Donors

For Patients

SSB is currently open and continuing to ship orders to our clinic and to our patients’ homes. In addition, at-home insemination is an excellent option you may want to try at this time. This method offers convenience and an added layer of safety since it can be done in your home and on your timeline, eliminating the need to leave your home to visit our lab. Read more about how at-home insemination works to decide whether it’s a good option for you.

For Donors

Our Seattle lab is currently open.  If you are interested in applying to become a sperm donor, please Apply and we will provide you with further instructions on when and how to donate. If you are currently a qualified donor in our system, we will reach out to you so you can schedule a time for a donation and make appointments for your physical exam and blood draw. If you are interested in becoming a donor, you may apply online now.

If you have any questions, please contact us at dc@seattlespermbank.com.

Why is Male Fertility Decreasing?

Why is Male Fertility Decreasing?

Currently, more than 80 countries, including the U.S., have birth rates below the population replacement level of 2.1 births. By 2050, it is expected that 75% of all nations will have a birth rate that is lower than population replacement.

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