Sperm Donor Qualifications
Sperm donors have the honor of helping those who cannot naturally conceive start a family, including same-sex couples, single parents, and infertile heterosexual couples who are taking steps toward the in vitro fertilization process. Because of this, sperm donors are an answered prayer for many individuals and couples.
But the benefits of donating your sperm doesn’t stop there — sperm donors get to enjoy financial benefits as well. If you are interested in learning how to become a sperm donor, or you have questions about how much sperm donors make, contact Lotus Elite today. To begin the process of sperm donation, consider the following sperm donor qualifications:
Sperm donors must be between the ages of 20 and 40
No risky sexual behavior & no sexually transmitted infections: Donors must have a low-risk sexual histroy and be free of sexually transmitted infections (STIs).
Sperm donors should be in good physical and mental health. You will undergo medical and psychological evaluations.
No drug use: Donors should not use recreational drugs or have a history of drug addiction.
Donors should have a comprehensive family and personal medical history free of hereditary diseases and certain medical conditions. Donors should not have a family history of genetic disorders.
No criminal history: A clean criminal background check is required.
Although not required, candidates with a college degree are preferred.
Willingness to commit: Donors should be willing to commit to the donation process, which may involve multiple visits and interviews over an extended period.