If you do not have a high sperm count you cannot become a sperm donor
YOU CANNOT BE A SPERM DONOR IF…
There can be many reasons why you cannot become a sperm donor. Most commonly, the reason is that your sperm count is normal or below. If you do not have a high sperm count you cannot become a donor. But there are several things that may disqualify you from being accepted as a sperm donor.
You cannot be a sperm donor, if:
• You or someone in your family suffers from serious hereditary diseases
• You are abusing anabolic steroids or drugs
• You have a bleeding disorder
• You provide sexual services for money or drugs
• You are infected with HIV or hepatitis B or C
• You have sex with other man (read more).
• You are or previously have been admitted as a donor at another sperm bank.
These are the main criteria. If you have any questions, you are always welcome to contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 88 77 17 57