Is it Safe to Donate Sperm During COVID-19?

Is it Safe to Donate Sperm During COVID-19?

We have all had to make a lot of adjustments this year from social distancing to doing so many things virtually. At Seattle Sperm Bank, we are doubling down on our efforts to maintain a safe environment for our donors. Therefore, the following will schedule will apply until things get better out there.

For Sperm Donors

If you are currently a donor in our program, our Seattle lab will be open Monday through Friday from 6:30 a.m. 5:00 p.m. and Saturday 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. All visits are by appointment only, so donors need to schedule their visits using our online system first. You can get further instruction and access to the system by emailing dc@seattlespermbank.com. Men interested in becoming a donor may apply online now.

For SSB Clients

We always here to support the families relying on donor sperm to continue their dreams of parenthood. So whether you are trying for your first child or your last, we will continue to ship orders to clinics and residences until further notice. To accommodate inconveniences caused by COVID-19, we are offering free storage at our premises for six months when you purchase two or more vials.

Another excellent option to consider at this time is at-home insemination. This safe and convenient method offers an added layer of safety by eliminating the need to travel to our clinic. Read more about how at-home insemination works to decide whether it’s a good option for you. Also, If you have any questions, please read our COVID-19 update or contact our experts at cs@seattlespermbank.com.

Supplement Your Income as a Sperm Donor

Supplement Your Income as a Sperm Donor

If you find yourself in need of supplementing your income, you may consider becoming a sperm donor. If you’re a healthy male between 18 and 39, you’re welcome to apply to join our program.

What Motivates Someone To Become A Sperm Donor?

What Motivates Someone To Become A Sperm Donor?

Considering sperm donation? There are many reasons to become a living tissue donor- to help others in need, supplement income or have a personal experience with tissue donation. Here is what some donors in our program had to say about why they choose to donate.

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