My wife and I have a son through a known donor. We did the insemination at home last time with fresh sperm. Our donor has now moved to Sweden so we are considering our options in terms of sperm storage so we can try for another child. Is that something that you do?
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Sperm freezing is the most successful method of preserving a man’s fertility so he can try and have children at a later date. It's also used to store sperm so it can be used in someone else's treatment. We do provide some sperm freezing options for patients, but much depends on what your exact requirements are. If you would like to dicuss this more, please telephone our Cryobank on 0161 300 2737 (ext. 225).