When searching for a sperm donor, it is possible to access different types of information and donors from different locations. Regardless of what matters to you, you can find it through us.
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Sperm donor profiles include a range of detailed options. Aside from characteristics such as height, weight, blood type, ethnicity, hair and eye colour, profiles also include baby photos, family history, hobbies, voice type, personality, and education. You will also be presented with the Staff Impression, which is our description of the donor.
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All European Sperm Bank sperm donors undergo a personality test. This helps ensure that you get a more in-depth image of the person behind the sperm donation. Our personality test is developed by Dr Keirsey and describes four distinct personality types: Artisan, Guardian, Idealist, and Rational.
Find your sperm donor right here
All families are different and have a unique story. This means that the process of finding the perfect sperm donor for the child of your dreams is all about you. Start your search with the characteristics that you think is the most important.
Quality and security
All our sperm donors are selected based on an exhaustive screening process. This process evaluates their semen quality and screens their sperm for hereditary, genetic, and contagious diseases. No matter which sperm donor you choose, you are guaranteed a donor of the highest quality.
There are two types of sperm donors: open and non-contact. It is up to the sperm donor to decide whether he wants to be an open or a non-contact donor.
Whether both types of sperm donors are available in your country of treatment depends on the country's legislation. If you are unsure of the terms governing sperm donation in your country, we are always happy to provide advice and counselling.
If it is important to you that your sperm donor is either open or non-contact and it is impossible to choose e.g. an open donor in your country of treatment, you can use our search function to choose another country to receive the treatment in.
No matter which donor you choose, the sperm donor never has legal responsibility for or paternal rights to children conceived using their semen.
What is an open donor?
An open donor has granted permission for his identity to be revealed to the child when the child comes of age. The child - and only the child - can obtain this information by contacting us. We also offer the child the option of doing a DNA test to ensure full certainty of his or her genetic heritage.
If the child would like to get in contact with his or her donor, we’ll let the donor know and ask him if he is interested. The donor is not obligated to any form of contact with the child, so it is up to him.
What is a non-contact donor?
A non-contact donor doesn't want us to reveal his identity to the child. For that reason, the child can't establish contact with a non-contact donor at any point.
Non-contact donors are also called anonymous donors. However, their identities are known to us, and their online profiles contain a wide range of personal information. For that reason, it's more accurate to refer to these donors as non-contact donors.
These are your obligations
We do our utmost to ensure a wide selection of donors with good sperm quality. We can only achieve that when we take good care of our sperm donors.
When you buy donor sperm from us, you agree not to track or contact our sperm donors. This is out of respect for the individual and what they have agreed to, and also to ensure that young men in the future still want to help women and couples by donating semen.
If you have chosen an Open donor, children can contact us when they turn 18, to establish a contact.
Sperm donors in your country of residence
When searching for a donor, you will realise that some donors are unavailable in certain countries. The reason for this is that legislation for pregnancy limits and reservations differs from country to country. If you wish to use a sperm donor who is only available in a certain country, you can look into the option of getting your fertility treatment done in that country.
If a donor is not available in your country of residence, this is clearly stated. Countries where treatment is available are listed on the sperm donor's profile.