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09.03.15

What does the Sperm analysis results actually mean? Becoming a Sperm Donor

One abnormal sperm analysis result is not necessarily a sign of infertility. Below is a breakdown of the scientific jargon and the health factors typically evaluated in a sperm analysis. 

01.01.15

Let altruism be your gift to others in 2015

As long as acts of kindness don’t become obligatory or overwhelming, they can enrich the giver and the whole community. Altruism—including kindness, generosity, and compassion—are keys to the social connections that are so important to our happiness. Research finds that acts of kindness—especially s 

15.10.14

It’s now or never if you were born in 1974

In 2012 the HFEA reduced the legal age a man can donate his sperm from 45 to 41, which means the time to take action is now. If you have considered sperm donation, but haven’t got round to making in enquiry, the decision could be taken out of your hands if you were born before 1974. 

02.09.14

Dear Diary…

As I left the LSB this morning, Toyin was furiously at work updating donor profiles on the LSB website, getting them ready for the Alternative Parenting Show. 

18.08.14

Dear Diary… The programme, from start to finish

As I prepare to conclude my participation in the programme, I thrust my mind back to the outset and the reasons I joined.London Sperm Bank Donor: A Business Owner living and working in London 

10.07.14

Dear Diary

A couple of weeks ago I received an email from the London Sperm Bank reminding me to come in weekly so it doesn't feel like I am "forever abstaining". 

24.06.14

Goodbye LSB. There will always be a piece of my heart devoted to you…

I felt duty-bound to write something, because truth be told, donating sperm at the LSB has been one of the most enjoyable, ego-boosting, bizarre (in a good way) and hopefully worth-while things that I have done. 

09.06.14

Dear Diary….

This week I passed through the final check-point on my way to having my donations approved for consumption. 

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