What criteria do you have to fulfil to become a sperm donor?
You have to fulfil a few criteria to become a sperm donor. You have to be between the ages of 18 and 45, have high-quality sperm and be fit and healthy. However, if you answer ‘yes’ to any of the things below, you won't be able to become a sperm donor:
- You have a blood disease or clotting disorder
- You have provided sex for money or drugs
- You have had genital warts
- You inject yourself with medicine for non-medicinal reasons
- You, or someone in your family, has serious hereditary diseases
- You are, or have been, a sperm donor at another sperm bank
- You have had sex with another man
- You are a donor-conceived child
- You are adopted
Find out more about the requirements for becoming a sperm donor here.