The Benefits of Becoming a Sperm Donor

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Sperm donors tend to have a bad reputation, one that is generally completely undeserved. It’s a simple process, and there are many benefits to both you and all other parties involved. It’s one of those things that’s essentially a win-win for everyone. And certainly, there are few things in life that work out that way. Examples of the benefits of donation include the following.

Financial

Depending on the institution and on your particular situation, you could easily make a hundred dollars or more per donation. Even beyond other concerns, this could be a strong motivator for many people thinking about sperm donation. It’s not  like this costs you anything but a small amount of time, and it can be a surprisingly effective way of supplementing your income.

Legacy

Another benefit of sperm donation is that it allows you to leave something to the genetic future of humanity., even if you don’t plan on having children yourself personally. This isn’t a direct sort of benefit but rather more of a cerebral one. You’ll get to know that your DNA was added to what comes next for people, even if it’s not in a direct way.

And even beyond that, many people derive satisfaction out of knowing that they will be helping out other families that can’t have children. This isn’t a small problem from the perspective of couples that can’t have viable children due to some problem on the side of the man, after all. Your donation could be exactly what they need to make their lives work out the way that they want them to once more.

Family Planning

Another possibility, is that instead of donating for other people, you could donate for yourself or your family. After all, it’s not like any of us has any idea what’s going to happen to us tomorrow, or even a few minutes from now. If, for whatever reason, you are unable to reproduce at that point, you will regret having not taken steps to ensure it’s a possibility. Sperm donation is a great insurance policy against any of these kinds of calamities.

If the worst happens, and you aren’t around anymore before having children, you certainly would want your spouse to have the option of having children anyway, after all, if that’s something that you want. The only thing that you can be sure of is whether you want kids now, and that you have that ability right now. Everything else is part of an uncertain future.

This means that if you add to a sperm bank that your family can draw from should anything happen, you’ll be doing a lot taking away that uncertainty and making sure that your children will happen, regardless of both your current circumstances, and anything that happens in the future.

Overall, whether or not you donate is an important choice that is up to you, but it’s not one that you can put off, since you only have so many years left where you can do it.

Author Bio

Linda is a part-time guest blogger and a full-time health&fitness specialist. She currently represents California Cryobank, a full-service sperm bank providing a comprehensive resource for frozen donor sperm, private semen cryopreservation, and specialized reproductive services.

 

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