Australian sperm shortage

But Tyson Young is bucking the trend for a good reason. Sydney man Tyson Young has chosen to donate his sperm for a good reason. Picture: Glen Moret Source:Supplied. Tyson is a rare breed, with many Australian fertility clinics currently struggling with a significant shortage of donors. Meanwhile, he says that per cent of their patients require sperm donation to conceive, with a mixture of heterosexual couples, women in same-sex relationships and single women needing it.
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Patients of a prestigious Australian fertility clinic have been artificially inseminated with ineffective sperm costing thousands of dollars from an overseas supplier. A number of women have undergone intrauterine insemination IUI with the 'world-leading fertility' service using suboptimal sperm that offered no real chance of conception. Sperm donation was shrouded in secrecy from the beginning. Credit: Shutterstock. Several more patients had purchased sperm from the overseas sperm bank Donor Gametes South Africa DGSA , the Herald understands, and at least one patient was inseminated twice at Genea. DGSA flagged "quality control issues" when contacted by the Herald. Four women have been affected, according to Genea.
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Australia's donor sperm shortage (The Feed)

Laetitia Mimoun does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organisation that would benefit from this article, and has disclosed no relevant affiliations beyond their academic appointment. The sperm bank market is growing as an increasing number of people rely on sperm donation to have babies, from lesbian couples to heterosexual ones where the male partner is infertile, and single mothers who decide to have a child on their own. Faced with this increasing demand, sperm banks must recruit more donors. But it is not always an easy task — especially in the UK and Australia where it is illegal to pay donors or preserve their anonymity. In a study recently published in Marketing Theory , my colleagues and I found that sperm banks in these countries solved this challenge by playing into traditional male stereotypes and selling sperm donation as an experience that makes donors feel more masculine.
With the encouragement of her family and friends, Jones registered with a clinic. I kept dating, still hoping to have a baby the traditional way. New Zealand is in the grip of a sperm drought, with fertility counsellors saying long waiting times are putting significant strain on already stressed prospective mothers.
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