Log in Advanced Search. As an embryologist working in a fertility clinic, I frequently use donor sperm to help individuals and couples become parents. In my little fertility clinic bubble, sperm donation is a highly regulated process. Potential donors undergo rigorous physical and genetic screening and they receive counselling to determine whether they are prepared on an emotional level to become a sperm donor. The welfare of the children that could be born from treatment using donated sperm is carefully considered.
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‘I thought – who will remember me?’: the man who fathered 200 children
BBC - Horizon - The Genius Sperm Bank
Every year, around 2, men and women in the UK have a baby with the help of a sperm donor. For many, using donated sperm is their one chance to fulfil the dream of having a family. But while the number of women using donated sperm is rising every year, the number of willing British donors remains low. This is why the UK relies heavily on foreign sperm — recent figures show 3, sperm samples from Denmark alone were imported to the UK in But like all imports, these could be affected by Brexit next March if these thousands of samples are held at the border, unaccounted for by trade agreements.
4 Men 175 Babies: The UK's Super Sperm Donors
The process can look like a seamless way to create a family, and for many, it is. As simple a transaction as sperm donation can seem to be, though, some find it to be stressful or isolating—and because assisted reproductive technology is a relatively new, rapidly developing field, the social and emotional challenges that can arise between the participants in a sperm donation are, for many, uncharted. Even decades after these practices have become common and their intricacies should theoretically be common knowledge, many of those who opt for sperm donation are still consistently surprised by all the ways it can shape—in some cases straining and, in others, enhancing—family dynamics.
By Rebecca Smith , Medical Editor. Bertold Wiesner and his wife Mary Barton founded a fertility clinic in London in the s and helped women conceive 1, babies. It was thought that the clinic used a small number of highly intelligent friends as sperm donors but it has now emerged that around of the babies were conceived using sperm from Mr Wiesner himself. Two men conceived at the clinic, Barry Stevens a film-maker from Canada and David Gollancz, a barrister in London, have researched the centre and DNA tests suggest Mr Wiesner, an Austrian biologist, provided two thirds of the donated sperm. Such a practice is outlawed now but at the time it was not known that Mr Wiesner was providing the majority of the samples.