Men of all ethnic, cultural and religious backgrounds can become sperm donors. This includes men of different heights and shapes, as long as you meet the criteria below:
Clinic-recruited sperm donors with student, working holiday or temporary working visas will not be accepted to the program. Candidates with temporary resident visas may be accepted if they can provide evidence of the above requirements.
– Had sexual activity with any person known to have been exposed to HIV.
– Engaged in sexual activity with a male or female sex worker.
– Been a male sex worker (i.e. received money, gifts etc. as payment for sex).
– Used an injectable non-prescription drug.
– Had a blood/body fluid splash in your eyes, mouth, nose or broken skin with someone you might think would have been exposed to any of the issues mentioned above.
– Had a blood transfusion.
– Been imprisoned.
– Clotting factors for clotting disorders (Factor VIII or Factor IX).
– Transplant or graft (organ, corneas, dura mater, bone etc.),
– Human growth hormone derived from human pituitary gland or human pituitary derived graft material.
– Hepatitis B.
– Hepatitis C.
– HTLV 1 and 2.
If you feel you have what it takes to be a sperm donor, we encourage you to contact us. Our friendly staff are available to discuss any questions you may have about our donor program. We are here to help you.
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