How is sperm stored in sperm banks?

Answer Sperm banks in the United States are regulated by the FDA, and you'll find at least one in every state. Typically, between 18 and 40 years of age, sperm donors must pass a long health questionnaire... Read More »

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Can someone donate sperm to multiple sperm banks?

Sperm donors must take and pass tests to donate sperm, and many men who are interested do not meet standards. However, if accepted as a donor, men can donate sperm to more than one bank. On a relat... Read More »

How is sperm obtained at sperm banks?

A sperm bank can be an invaluable resource for infertile couples who want a child of their own. Men wishing to donate sperm are screened for a variety of issues. If they pass, they get a private ro... Read More »

Where are sperm cells mostly stored?

The male body produces 250 million sperm cells a day and they are stored in the epididymis, which is a long tube in the scrotum attached to the testicles. If not discharged, the sperm cells break d... Read More »

Is it safe to swallow sperm while your pregnant if that sperm is herpes positive?

It's probably not safe to swallow H+ sperm whether you're pregnant or not. I am not a clinical doctor, but this is a question you should ask him or her for a definitive answer to.(And trust me, you... Read More »