Sperm donation in the USA is mainly controlled by large sperm banks. Some of the sperm banks are listed below but there are many more local agencies, which we anticipate to list over time. Since sperm is easily frozen, the sperm banks can generally serve the Peoria, Illinois area in addition to the rest of the USA. They may have locations to donate that are different from Peoria, Illinois. To qualify, most agencies have height and education requirements.
Sperm Donation in Peoria, Illinois
Become a Donor – Midwest Sperm Bank
If you need donor sperm for artificial insemination, IUI, or other fertility treatments, online introductory services for sperm donors such as Co-parentMatch. Sperm banks let you purchase sperm instantly with a credit card, and have it shipped to a fertility clinic of your choice. Shipping of the sperm can be arranged, in most cases, the very next day and many sperm banks in the USA ship internationally. Some of the sperm banks listed in this section have active sperm donation programs enabling you to purchase sperm from healthy young men. Sperm donors go through a thorough screening process and the donors are asked about their personal and family health histories going back several generations.
Become a Donor
Many Illinois residents may not be aware of an Illinois law that requires a sperm donor to pay child support unless he donates his sperm through proper medical channels involving a doctor. Although this particular case did not arise in Illinois, our state has similar laws that could result in this happening here. The case begins in with a man who answered an online advertisement submitted by a same-sex couple requesting a sperm donor. He and the two women made an agreement and he signed that agreement that waived all of his parental rights and financial obligations to the child.
Donor Information Request Form. Each potential donor must complete a comprehensive application form and undergo screening for both infectious, communicable diseases, and sexually transmitted diseases as well as extensive genetic testing and substance abuse. Each donor is screened for recessive genetic disorders.