Entries by esbblog

A très bientôt à Paris?

In collaboration, European Sperm Bank and Vitanova Fertility Clinic are hosting an information seminar in Paris next week,  on March 1st 2017. This seminar is for all of you who want to know a little bit more about fertility treatment and the use of donor sperm. You will have the opportunity to learn more about […]

Donor Children in School – Honesty and Openness

How do you explain to the school and the other parents that your child was conceived with the help of a sperm donor? And how does your child deal with questions from classmates? In collaboration with the Danish fertility clinic Stork Klinik, European Sperm Bank has published a pair of booklets with information on how […]

Home Insemination – is it for you?

It is widely accepted that the best way to become pregnant through artificial insemination with donor sperm, is at a fertility clinic. If you don’t know which clinic to contact, send us an email and we will provide you with a list of fertility clinics in your country. However, many women prefer to become pregnant in […]

Goodbye 2016 – Welcome 2017

Dear reader, 2016 was the year where we at European Sperm Bank finally launched our very anticipated blog; a blog which aims to share knowledge about donor sperm and fertility in a very broad aspect. At European Sperm Bank we are fully aware of how sensitive the fertility area really is. It can be very challenging to […]

Yes, we are tough on screening sperm donors

Having a donor child is one of the safest ways to have a child. Even so, we must always embrace the fact that we are dealing with nature – and therefore our own imperfect genes. Nordic Cryobank, who handles European Sperm Bank’s sperm donor related matters, was yesterday fully acquitted in a pivotal court case […]

Age is not the only factor – Improve your fertility

By Nanna Stigel, nutritionist and fertility expert. In these times and most recently the last weeks, the Danish media has reported on the fact that infertility has become somewhat of a “national disease”, and again age was to blame as the great fertility killer. Not without reason. But there is are a lot you can do to […]

Can you please give me a baby?

Rikke and her son (photo: Carsten Bundgaard) Many women have babies on their own. Rikke Mønster from Copenhagen is one of them, and she shares her journey from getting the idea to giving birth with us right here. ​ “My name is Rikke. I am 42 and live in Copenhagen, Denmark. It all started at […]