Currently, sperm banks are in serious crisis due to a shortage of donors. But it is still quite easy to find a sperm donor for free if you use our co-parenting application “Letsbeparents” which can be found at App Store, Google Play or at our web-site https://letsbeparents.com/.
Letsbeparents app is sort of a Tinder for online sperm donors. If you use our database that contains hundreds and thousands of profile of potential sperm donors, you may find the one donor that is perfect for you.
Our potential donors are from different countries and regions. This means you can easily find a donor that is close to you. After you find someone near you and read his profile, you can easily contact them via our app. In your introductory message, greet the future donor, tell him about yourself and your goals. Don’t hesitate to ask any questions. This process will go quickly because Letsbeparents app gains new members every day. So if you still haven’t found a right sperm donor for you, don’t worry – he may appear in a matter of days.
After you’ve found your potential sperm donor via our app, you may ask yourself whether you want to co-parent a child with this person. Giving birth to and raising a child can be quite hard. What happens with your child if you are sick? And what occurs if you lose your job? A co-parent can help you with these and many other possible issues. It’s always easier to nurture children together.
You’ll need to discuss co-parenting possibilities with your future donor beforehand. How much will the donor be involved in raising your child? What are your views on nurturing? Is he ready to provide financial and emotional support? You can discuss all these matters via our Letsbeparents app before making a final decision.
So you’re getting pregnant…
Here you have two possibilities to choose from – natural conception or artificial insemination. The latter is easier to conduct and it requires little or no physical contact with a sperm donor, but it may be quite costy. The price of assisted conception also goes up with the success rate. Say, if you want a 75% chance of successful impregnation it may cost you thousands of dollars (or euros).
On the other hand, natural conception is free and, well, natural. But if you’re in a monogamous relationship, the very thought of your partner having sex with another person can be hurtful. Of course, it doesn’t happen if you have open or any other type of relationship that doesn’t require fidelity. Natural conception has a 15-20% chance of successful impregnation. Its outcome depends on your fertility, menstrual cycle, ovulation and even your psychological condition.
Sperm donors FAQ
How do I find a sperm donor for free?
Finding and contacting a sperm donor is the first step for you to become pregnant and give birth to a child. Letsbeparents application allows you to choose from thousands of possible sperm donors from all over the world. You may look through their profiles, and if you like someone, you may contact him and discuss all the important matters before making a final decision. It’s probably the fastest and the easiest way to find a free sperm donor. You may find our application at App Store, Google Play or at our web-site https://letsbeparents.com/.
Will I need a free sperm donor if I’m co-parenting?
Generally, yes, you may need to find a sperm donor even if you’re co-parenting. However, it’s important to understand that your co-parent and your sperm donor can be different people. It depends on you – you may either look for a person who will be only a donor (by artificial or natural insemination), or you can also find a person who will be a co-parent, raising a child with you. Our Letsbeparents app can help you find both sperm donors and co-parents, so download our application at App Store, Google Play or at our web-site https://letsbeparents.com/ and take a look.
What do I need to know from the possible sperm donor?
You should clarify some details from your chosen donor before you start the process. First, you need to understand a level of involvement of the donor with your future child nurturing. You should discuss this beforehand. If your views on child nurturing differs from your possible donor’s we advise you to look for another person as our Letsbeparents app has thousands of donors available. We also advise you to ask questions about donor’s fertility and medical history – both his own and his family. If the sperm donor has previously donated, it may be useful to know the success rates of previous impregnations. You may also ask about other children of the donor (if any) – your future child brothers and sisters.
How can I get pregnant?
There are two ways to get pregnant – using natural insemination or natural conception. On the one hand, natural insemination is much cheap (basically free) and easy, on the other hand, assisted conception gives you higher success rates and automatic protection from sexually transmitted diseases.
How do I know if the sperm donor is fertile?
If the donor doesn’t have his own children or hasn’t donated sperm before, you can ask him to undertake a sperm fertility test to ensure he has a high sperm count.
What are the legal procedures for giving birth using a sperm donation?
You may need to get a written legal permission that both you and your donor has to sign. The details of this agreement depend on the legal system of your country.
Whose name will be on the birth certificate?
The birth certificate will always contain your name. Ask yourself and your donor whether he wants to have his name in the birth certificate or not. Please note that if a sperm donor’s name is in the birth certificate, it means that he will become a child’s legal father.