Sperm Bank Directory

This sperm bank directory lists every sperm bank currently operating in the United States.

If you live in a place without a local sperm bank, visit:

– Our Online Sperm Bank Listings where you can find and compare online sperm banks. There you can browse donor profiles, buy sperm, and have it shipped to your home or fertility clinic of choice.

- The Sperm Donation section of Fertility Nation Classifieds where you can post free classified ads seeking sperm donors or connect with men willing to donate to your family.

U.S. Sperm Bank Directory – Locate Local Sperm Banks


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Common sperm banking services:

Anonymous donor programs – Anonymous sperm donor programs recruit men to become anonymous donors, allowing you to buy donor sperm for use in artificial insemination and infertility treatments like IVF.

Directed donor programs – Directed donor programs (also called “known donor programs”) collect sperm from an individual you know, allowing you to use their sperm for use in artificial insemination and infertility treatments like IVF.

Sperm washing – Andrology and HCL labs can process sperm for use in IUI, or intrauterine insemination. Laboratory staff literally wash out the debris, white blood cells, and prostaglandins contained in semen, which can cause complications in IUI procedures.

Sperm analysis and testing – Sperm analysis can reveal many things about a man’s sperm, including sperm count (also called concentration), motility, quality, morphology, and volume, among other things.

Sperm freezing – Cryogenically freezing sperm is a way to preserve a man’s fertility. Cryogenic storage allows a man to reproduce after a vasectomy or any unforeseen circumstances, such as chemotherapy for cancer.