Sperm donation has emerged as a great option in dealing with infertility problems and allowing a woman to conceive with donated sperms. The clients are basically couples or individuals who are to sign a contract of consent and are made to pass through a series of counselling sessions and medical tests before the sperms are inserted into the body of the woman. The client must be made well aware of the benefits as well as the associated risks related to the process of using donated sperm.
The woman has to undergo an extensive treatment process in sperm donation. The first most important step is the examination of the functioning of the woman’s fallopian tubes. Different drugs are injected into the client’s body to stimulate the ovulation process and the activity of the hormones should be regularly scanned using ultrasound. Once the monitoring is complete the frozen sperm collected from the sperm banks is injected into the woman’s cervix via sterilized plastic catheter. The selection of the sperm is made based on the client’s need and before insertion the sperm’s mobility is carefully checked. The woman is given 2weeks time to check the news of pregnancy which when achieved ends the sperm donation process.