Donor insemination is where semen from a donor is artificially inseminated into a woman who wishes to conceive (ie. have a baby) but does not have a fertile male partner.
Artificial insemination is when sperm is placed into the uterus or cervix of a female by using artificial means.
In humans artificial insemination is usually part of an infertility treatment donor sperm (artificial insemination by donor) can be used.
The woman's menstrual cycle is closely observed, using ovulation kits, ultrasounds or blood tests. When an ovum is released, semen from a donor is inserted into her body.
Just as with in vitro fertilization, the male donor is recommended not to ejaculate for a few days before the procedure. This is to ensure a higher sperm count. After the donation the sperm must immediately be "washed" in a laboratory. The process of "washing" the sperm increases the chances of fertilization and removes any chemicals in the semen that may cause discomfort for the woman. A chemical is added to the sperm that will separate the most active sperm in the sample. If the procedure is successful, she conceives and bears to term a baby as normal, making her both the genetic and gestational mother.
Of course, there are various gradations of treatment, and more technical procedures are sometimes needed. For example, semen can be injected directly into a woman's uterus to improve the chance of conception in a process called intrauterine insemination.
Database of Donors
The donors are carefully selected after an array of investigations. Only after the donors have cleared the investigations that the sperm is collected and stored. We have an extensive database of these donors who are mostly university graduates and MBBS students. The physical characteristics, education details and medical history with hereditary medical details are noted for each donor for selection by you.
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