IVFAustralia is an experienced fertility clinic providing a comprehensive and supportive donor program to assist anyone needing a sperm donor to help them have a baby. You can use sperm donated by someone you know, or select one of our de-identified donors that we have recruited locally and from overseas. We cannot accept sperm donors who are under the age of 18, are a close relative of the recipient being treated or are from a younger generation of the recipient s. We also do not encourage known donors who are over the age of 50 years of age, have a past or current history of significant mental health problems or have a medical condition themselves or in their family that may be passed onto future children. However, you may have a strong or very sound reason for choosing a particular known donor and we will discuss the implications of that donor on an individual basis. De-identified sperm donation is where the identity of the donor is not known to the recipient s at the time of treatment, although identifying information will be made available for later access by the child once they reach 18 years of age.
Our sperm donor matching service is more than just an online gallery of donors for women who are looking to become pregnant. We showcase our latest members in Australia who either wish to become a sperm donor, are looking for a sperm donor to help them conceive or they are considering a co-parenting option. We also have lot's of women who are looking for a sperm donor to help them conceive. Some women are looking for a known donor and others wish to find an anonymous donor. You can view full profiles including photographs by registering or logging in to use our search tool.
Hunter IVF provides a sperm donation program to help heterosexual couples, same sex couples and single women successfully conceive their baby. You can use sperm donated by someone you know, or by someone who has made a de-identified donation directly to our clinic. As part of IVFAustralia we can provide patients with access to a pool of potential de-identified donors, including donors recruited from both Australia and overseas. The first step is a consultation with a fertility specialist who will discuss the process, assess the health of the woman or couple seeking the donation, and arrange any preliminary testing that is needed.
Making a sperm donation is one of the most generous things a man can do, as it gives others the chance to have a baby. We currently have a shortage of sperm donors in Australia, so we thank you for considering becoming a sperm donor and helping create a family. The reasons for people needing to access donor sperm are varied, and include heterosexual couples having difficulty conceiving because of male reproductive issues, single women who want to have a child, and women in same sex relationships keen to start a family. IVFAustralia has a dedicated and experienced donor team who provide guidance and support for donors and recipients throughout the process. The privacy of all donors is protected until the child is aged 18, however, once a child is born from a sperm donation we are required to provide identifying details of the donor to the NSW Health Central Register.