Intrauterine Insemination of Donor Semen (AID) uses donor sperm to be placed into the woman’s uterus at the time of ovulation to facilitate conception. The process is similar to intrauterine insemination of husband semen discussed earlier.
The donors need to present their medical and family medical history prior to donation. They are then screened for medical and congenital diseases including screening for sexually transmitted diseases, HIV antibodies etc. Then the sperm is kept in quarantine for 6 months time and retested for diseases before it is released for use.
While using donor semen the legal implications and psychological aspects needs to be considered. We request you to talk to our specialists and counselors who can address these issues before opting for this procedure.