YOU CANNOT BE A SPERM DONOR IF…
There are many reasons why you may not qualify as a sperm donor. Most commonly, the reason is that your sperm count does not meet our criteria. If you do not have an above average sperm count, you cannot be a sperm donor. But there are also several other factors 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 men (read more).
• You are or previously have been admitted as a donor at another sperm bank.
• You or your parents are adopted, and thus not fully aware of your biological origin.
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