Sperm donation with the purpose of insemination has been around for more than a century. Currently artificial insemination by intentional introduction of donor’s sperm into a woman’s uterine cavity performed entirely with quarantined
and frozen sperm to allow for time to examine the health conditions of a donor. Prior to proceeding with insemination, the recipient should be examined for the origins of infertility with a complete medical history and physical tests for both partners. The Network of Reproductive Medical Centers “Mother and Child” have modern cryogenic storage facilities where the sperm of the patients is preserved in liquid nitrogen reservoirs for further use.