what if i have my own sperm donor how much will it cost?

The cost of sperm donation

The cost of sperm donation depends on whether you are doing an IUI (where semen is deposited close to the cervix) when you are ovulated, or an IVF, where your eggs are removed, mixed with the sperm, then transferred back to you. While having your own sperm donor can save some money, you still will have some expenses.

The semen will need to undergo testing for STI's as well as a sperm analysis, and will need to be washed before the procedure. Basically, you are saving about $200 by having a known, or directed, donor. Freezing the sample will add additional fees.


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