On 1st September 2023 the criteria for NHS funded storage will come into line with the current NHS criteria for treatment cycles. Please see our news page for further details.
Male infertility is an increasing problem; some 25% of all couples who are infertile probably have a sperm problem as the main cause. However, the requirement for donor insemination has fallen in recent years due to the development of new techniques for previously male infertility, particularly intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI). There are still many occasions where even this is not possible, or couples may prefer not to use this and donor insemination provides them with a chance to have a child. We also offer treatment to same sex couples and single women.
What is Donor Insemination?
Sperm are donated by a fertile man (the donor) and are used instead of the partner’s sperm to try to produce a child.
See our information leaflet for further information. (This information leaflet is being updated)
The following are our live birth rates for treatment cycles started in the year ending 30th June 2015. The HFEA give advice on success rates.