Donor Home Delivery does not prevent the transmission of disease; therefore, the donor should be in good health and screened for infectious diseases prior to insemination. The donor should also have a semen analysis to insure the donor is producing sufficient motile sperm.

To avoid disease transmission we advise the donor be tested and found negative for the following:

HOWEVER, if a person was infected with some of the above viruses or bacteria today, the test may remain negative for several months even though they were infected.

Unless the donor and recipient are continuing sexual partners, the recipient should screen potential donors with the following criteria:

We advise you to consult a licensed health professional before beginning inseminations.