DONOR HOME DELIVERY IS ON VACATION! PLEASE PLACE ORDERS AS USUAL. WE WILL BE BACK AND SHIP OUT ORDERS AGAIN ON AUGUST 16th, 2022.
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 ensure the donor is producing sufficient motile sperm.
Unless the donor and recipient are continuing sexual partners, the recipient should screen potential donors with the following criteria:
- Donor has NOT had a sexually transmitted disease during the recent past AND
- Donor has been celibate for the last 6 months OR
- Donor is in a long-term mutually monogamous relationship with a co-habitating partner who is negative for HIV, Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C OR
- Donor is single/has multiple partners and ALWAYS uses condoms without breakage when engaging in oral, rectal and/or vaginal sex within the last 6 month prior to insemination.
We advise you to consult a licensed health professional before beginning inseminations.
To avoid disease transmission we advise the donor be tested and found negative for the following:
- Hepatitis B surface antigen
- Hepatitis C antibody
- HIV 1 and 2
- HTLV 1 and 2
- Cytomegalovirus IgM (CMV-IgM)