Sperm Donor Blog: Health & Fertility

Reasons why you may want to a store your sperm

Thinking About a Vasectomy? Then Think about Storing Your Sperm First

A vasectomy is the most reliable contraception option for a man. That’s why you — and your spouse or partner — want to be certain you don’t want children (or any more children) before going through with the procedure. However, there is another option you may want to consider. Storing your sperm for later use can serve as a backup plan in case you change your mind about wanting to start a family. So you can get a vasectomy now and still keep your options open in the future. Here are a few reasons why storing sperm before you get

Improving Sperm Count and Quality

How to Improve Your Sperm Count and Quality

To be a sperm donor you must have healthy sperm. That’s why we do a semen analysis of all applicants before they can become donors. Though the semen analysis is not the only health test we give applicants, it the most important test of male fertility. Lifestyle factors definitely make a difference in your sperm count and health. But it’s important to note that the sperm life cycle is 46 to 76 days. So whatever lifestyle changes you make will take two to three months to show in a semen analysis. Below are some tips on how to increase your

5 Important Factors that Affect Sperm Quality

Your lifestyle choices can either help or hinder your sperm quality. Here are a few factors that you should take into account when trying to conceive or looking to donate sperm: Overheating: Human testes cannot function properly unless they stay cooler than the rest of the body. Too much heat exposure causes a considerable drop in sperm count. This can come from spending too much time in hot tubs, wearing briefs regularly, and even extended laptop computer use. If you frequently use your laptop on your lap instead of on a desk, you can experience increased scrotum temperature up to 35 degrees

Sperm Donors Get Free Access To Regular Medical Care

There are many benefits to becoming a sperm donor. Initially, most men choose to become donors for the most obvious benefit, which is to earn extra income. But there are personal health care benefits as well that are worth considering. Because in addition to getting paid each month for your donations, you also get free medical care, including genetic testing, when you become a regular donor. Get regular medical care as long as you are a donor – and beyond To qualify as a sperm donor, you must go through a range of comprehensive tests. Some you might expect, such