Sperm Donor Program for IUI & IVF at Michigan Reproductive Medicine
MRM Works with Reputable Sperm Banks
Achieving pregnancy by use of sperm from a non-sexually intimate man is called therapeutic donor insemination. This is an option chosen by many of our patients:
- Women who plan to be single mothers by choice.
- Couples for which the male partners have insufficient or absent sperm in semen.
- Couples for which the male partner has a health or genetic abnormality that could be passed to their offspring or is a cause of recurrent pregnancy losses.
- Lesbian couples building their families.
Michigan Reproductive Medicine’s Therapeutic Donor Insemination program works with only the most discreet, highly reputable sperm banks in Michigan and elsewhere in the United States. We have several sources of screened donor sperm that you can discuss with our fertility specialists. Alternatively, you may choose to use your own sperm donor called a ‘directed sperm donor’.
Donor sperm may be used with conventional artificial insemination techniques, such as IUI (intrauterine insemination) or IVF (in vitro fertilization). Either method has proven to be a safe and reliable infertility treatment, providing an excellent chance of pregnancy and having a baby.
For further information about MRM’s Sperm Donor Program:
Call (248) 593-6990 to speak to one of MRM’s friendly fertility consultants. They will be happy to answer any questions you may have, as well as make an appointment with one of our expert fertility physicians. You can also click here to contact us.