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Our sperm bank

Our sperm bank

CREATE Fertility has it's own sperm bank which can be used for IVF or IUI treatments

Prospective parents can choose the appropriate physical characteristics from our selection of sperm bank donors so that ethnicity or racial origin, skin colour, height, eye and hair colour can be matched.

Prospective parents can choose the appropriate physical characteristics from our selection of sperm bank donors so that ethnicity or racial origin, skin colour, height, eye and hair colour can be matched.

Search for a donor

Searching for your donor is simple. We suggest starting with two to three filters that matter most, then narrow down your search. All of our sperm donors have to be in good health and are screened for sexually transmitted diseases and some genetic disorders. The sperm is assessed as high quality before being approved for donation.

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How much does donor sperm cost?

You can purchase donor sperm direct from us:

£1,100 (per ampoule)

£2,970 (3 x ampoule)

£4,675 (5 x ampoule)

CREATE Fertility Sperm Bank offer international sperm and provide FREE shipping between our clinics. We’ll advise you on what is needed, you then order & pay direct with us, they will then ship your sperm to the clinic ready for when your treatment starts. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Legal implications and donor anonymity

It is important to remember that after completion of the appropriate consent forms, you will be regarded as the legal parents or any child born as a result of the treatment. The donor will not be financially or emotionally liable for the upbringing of any child created using the donor’s sperm.

Since 2005 donors in the UK are no longer anonymous. Anyone conceived using donated sperm will be allowed to ask the HFEA for identifying information about the donor when they reach the age of 18, (or 16 if they are planning to marry). They will be able to find out who the donor is and may want to get in touch with them.