On the other hand, the sperm donation process involves a series of stages, which are as follows:
1. Opening and registration of the donor’s clinical history.
2. Andrological physical examination aimed at detecting genitourinary pathologies.
3. Study of the quality of the semen and its culture aimed at ruling out infections.
4. Performance of a blood test.
5. Collection of the semen sample at the clinic’s facilities (it is necessary to have been sexually abstinent for three to five days prior to collection).
6. Storage of the sample in the sperm bank.
7. Repeat donation with a certain frequency and for a variable period of time (for example, once a week for three or four months).
Finally, you must bear in mind that the donation must be completely anonymous for both parents and children.