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Sperm donation help

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Sperm donation help

Postby cm07728 » 03 May 2016, 12:33

Hi,

we are a married couple with male infertility problem. My wife is Taiwanese and I am foreigner. For several years we have tried many times all possible methods for getting children on our own, but now our doctor is telling us that going through a sperm donation + IVF procedure is our only hope. The problem is that there are no Caucasian sperm donors in Taiwan.

Although non-anonymous donations are not legal in Taiwan, it is completely legal for a foreigner to make donations to a sperm bank; it is then up to the sperm bank to make the best match.

We would be infinitely grateful if somebody could help us and make a donation to a Hsinchu-based clinic.

Please contact us (preferably through private message) if you think you could be of help.
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Re: Sperm donation help

Postby Mordeth » 16 May 2016, 13:12

I thought Taiwan didn't have sperm banks? I know of a local girl who planned on flying all the way to England to get a sperm donation.
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