Directed Donor Sperm
"Directed donation" is when semen is to be used for someone other than a spouse or intimate partner, also referred to as a “Known Donor”.
Collecting, preparing or storing sperm for a “directed donation” is regulated by FDA restrictions that limit the use of any semen sample in this way without extensive screening and testing. The University of Utah Andrology program does not participate in collecting or freezing samples for direct donation, nor does the University of Utah Andrology program screen and test for donor eligibility and/or suitability.
Douglas T. Carrell, Ph.D.Locations
|Andrology & IVF Laboratories||(801) 581-3740|
Specialties: Andrology, Reproductive Endocrinology & Infertility, In Vitro Fertilization