Donor Sperm Insemination

Donor Sperm Insemination

At Kavitha Fertility Centre we have no waiting list for treatment with donor sperm. We have an extensive choice of sperm donors available now, from our own donor programme.

We help many people conceive with the help of a sperm donor, from couples with male factor infertility and unregulated sperm donor sources risks can be avoided.


About our sperm donors

All Kavitha Fertility Centre sperm donors:

  • Donors are Indian residents we receive sperm from certified  for sperm donor where – they donate regularly to us for many months.
  • Have passed the rigorous health tests and screening required to be a sperm donor, including family medical history checks.
  • Are fertile men aged 18-41 with the proven sperm quality needed to be a sperm donor.
  • Have had implications counselling so they know what it involves and are happy to donate.

IVF with donor sperm

If IVF with donor sperm is the best option for you, we’ll use tailored doses of fertility drugs to stimulate your ovaries to produce mature eggs, which are fertilised following retrieval in our laboratory with sperm from your chosen donor.
The best resulting embryo with the highest potential for pregnancy will be selected for transfer. If you have more than one good embryo you can decide to freeze the remainder to use in future treatment cycles.

Treatment with donor sperm

Treatment with donor sperm involves either donor sperm insemination (IUI with donor sperm) or IVF with donor sperm. We’ll advise which is best for you based on the results of your initial fertility investigations and other factors including your age, medical history and outcome of any previous treatment cycles you’ve had. You’ll be given a fully costed, transparently priced treatment plan so you know what your treatment involves right at the start.

Donor sperm insemination (IUI with donor sperm)

Many patients who need to use donor sperm – such as males with non objection azoospermia– like to opt for donor sperm insemination as it doesn’t involve fertility drugs unless you have irregular or infrequent cycles, and is a quicker treatment procedure than IVF.
Insemination is precisely timed for when ovulation occurs and after treatment you’ll be able to take a pregnancy test around two weeks later.
If treatment is successful, you can request to reserve samples from your donor, so you can grow your family in future and have full sibling children.

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