Choosing the right donor
Being a mother or a father is a rightful choice of every person who desires it
We are here to contribute in our way with professionalism, discretion and confidentiality to the creation of your own family. Contact us and make an appointment to inform you in detail about the required actions and also to discuss any questions and thoughts you may have.
The processes performed in CRYOGONIA comply with the strict standards of a comprehensive Quality Management System, based on the specifications of the international certification standard EN 15224:2017 and EN ISO 9001:2015, as well as the Greek legal requirements.
The first step
In a private meeting the scientific experts of CRYOGONIA describe all the steps of the procedure and discuss with you all your questions. Additionally, the phenotypic characteristics and all other type of information that will facilitate the selection of the most appropriate donor are recorded.
Following your doctor’s advice regarding the time frame of the assisted reproductive procedure, contact CRYOGONIA in order to schedule the procedure.
In an initial private meeting with the scientific personnel of CRYOGONIA, the candidates are informed in detail about the steps of the procedure, the obligations and responsibilities they undertake, in case they are selected to participate in the sperm donation program. They answer questions regarding their personal and family profile, as well as the reasons that motivated them to express their interest to join the program.
Questionnaire – Informed consent
The candidate donors are asked to complete an extended, multipage questionnaire, which requests details about their personal and family history, including social, medical, reproductive, sexual, psychological data. Furthermore, they submit their written, informed consent for their voluntary participation in the sperm donation program, declaring the truth and accuracy of the information they provide and also their commitment to collaborate exclusively with CRYOGONIA’s sperm donation program.
History / andrological evaluation
Laboratory testing of prospective donors includes multiple spermatological and haematological tests.