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Why follow a blog from a sperm bank?

By Cryos | 11/14/2017
Why follow Cryos International Sperm Bank?

Hello and welcome to the blog of Cryos International Denmark! This is our very first blog post and we’re happy that you’re reading this. But why should you even follow a blog from a sperm bank in the first place? We would like to tell you more about our reasons for starting this blog and what kind of content to expect, but before we do that we would like to introduce ourselves.

We are the largest sperm bank in the world

To put it short, Cryos International Denmark is the world’s largest sperm bank. We are a part of the Cryos Network which also includes the international sperm and egg bank, Cryos International USA. Due to legislation, Cryos International Denmark is not operating as an egg bank (at least not yet), but we’re proud to say that our colleagues overseas are. If you want to know more about donor eggs, we recommend that you follow the blog of Cryos International USA here.

Achieving our goals by providing information and creating awareness

The story of Cryos started back in the 80s when the founder, Ole Schou, had a strange dream about frozen sperm. After years of research and development, he started Cryos in 1987 with the vision to help childless make their dream of a child come true. More than 30 years have passed and the wish to help childless by providing high-quality human sperm (and eggs in the US) from selected and screened donors of all types, is still the driving force of the company.

At Cryos we take great pride in the responsibility of helping create life, and we truly believe that everyone should have the opportunity to experience the joy of parenthood. There are many ways to achieve our goals, and one way is by providing information and creating awareness about topics within the field of fertility, infertility and donor sperm. On this blog, we will answer questions such as: How do I choose the right donor, which fertility treatments exist, what is IVF, ICI and IUI, and so much more.

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And once again, welcome!