Please note: TRM does not accept sperm donations. However, we do help our patients obtain and use donor sperm from third-party sources such as a sperm bank when needed for male infertility treatment. Donor sperm, or sperm from a known or anonymous male, has been used to assist reproduction for over a century. Donor sperm may be necessary when the male partner carries a genetic defect that he does not want to pass on to the child, or if a single woman desires to become pregnant without a partner. Male factor infertility issues may also require the use of donor sperm.
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Once your completed forms are received by NFC, our New Patient Coordinator will contact you promptly to schedule a new patient appointment. Please note: To receive the most complete care possible, please forward your relevant medical records to our office. Whether this is your first visit to a fertility specialist or a second or third opinion, know that you have made a wise decision. Our experienced physicians and collaborative team bring innovative and patient-centered care to our Tennessee fertility centers, and we look forward to working on your behalf.
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Whether you are a single woman hoping to reach your goal of pregnancy or a couple who is struggling with male infertility, we offer the option of becoming pregnant through donor sperm. We also offer the option of using a known sperm donor, in which his sample collection and testing will be done at our facilities along with the treatment procedure. Here at the Center for Reproductive Health, we have a great success with using donor sperm as a form of third party reproduction.