Surrogate father sperm donation
Sperm donation is the provision by a man of his sperm with the intention that it be used in the artificial insemination or other 'fertility treatment' of a woman or women who are not his sexual partners in order that they may become pregnant by him. The man is known as a 'sperm donor' and the sperm he provides is known as 'donor sperm' because the intention is that the man will give up all legal rights to any child produced from his sperm, and will not be the legal father. However conception is achieved, the nature and course of the pregnancy will be the same as one achieved by sexual intercourse, and the sperm donor will be the biological father of every child born from his donations. Sperm donation enables a man to father a child for third-party women and is therefore categorized as a form of third-party reproduction. Sperm may be donated by the donor directly to the intended recipient woman or through a sperm bank or fertility clinic. Pregnancies are usually achieved by using donor sperm in assisted reproductive technology ART techniques which include artificial insemination either by intracervical insemination ICI or intrauterine insemination IUI in a clinic, or intravaginal insemination at home.
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The use of third-party reproduction has been practiced for over a century. One of the first documented cases of donor insemination occurred in when a married couple struggling with male infertility consulted Dr. William Pancoast, a physician and medical school professor. Although artificial insemination in humans was possible in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, it was not socially acceptable and women undergoing the procedure were often considered to have committed adultery and their children were perceived as illegitimate.
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A Guide for Patients. This includes using donated eggs, sperm, or embryos and gestational-carrier arrangements, in which the pregnancy is carried by someone other than the intended parent s. Surrogacy, also sometimes referred to as traditional gestational carrier, is a particular type of gestational-carrier arrangement where the woman who carries the pregnancy also provides the egg. Unless specifically indicated, the term gestational carrier in this booklet will refer to a woman who carries a pregnancy, but has no genetic link to the fetus. Third-party reproduction can be socially, ethically, and legally complex.
Same sex couples may also seek use of a surrogate host, to help them achieve their dream of having a family. The surrogate is the woman who carries and gives birth to the child for the intended parents sometimes called the commissioning couple. Examples of medical conditions that might make surrogacy necessary include absence or malformation of the womb, recurrent pregnancy loss, or repeated IVF implantation failures. Partial surrogacy involves sperm from a male intended parent and an egg from your surrogate.
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