Sperm donors at New Life go through a thorough selection before offering their donations. Only a physically and psychologically healthy male of up to 40 years-old who already has a healthy child of their own can be your sperm donor. All our potential candidates must pass a bunch of special examinations, such as blood analyses for AIDS, hepatitis B and C, and other sexually-transmitted and genetic diseases or pathologies.
After all the tests are done, donors first provide semen samples for quality check of the biomaterial. In particular, it must contain over 60% of sperm cells in 1 ml of semen – 80 million cells all in all. Only after the successful quality check can donors provide the biomaterial for our sperm bank.
All procedures take place anonymously and neither a sperm donor knows where their sperm goes nor those who eventually receive the biomaterial know from whom it comes.