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Our Lab in San Diego is Temporarily Closed for Donations due to COVID-19. If you are interested in becoming a Donor, please Apply and we will contact you when our lab is accepting donations.
If you are qualified donor in our program we are open and taking appointments for blood draws and physical exams.
We are open and we are continuing to ship order to both clinics and residences.
Did you know you can do at-home inseminations? We are happy to discuss if this is the right option to continue your fertility journey during this time.
Find more information about all of your options HERE.
Sperm donors in Southern California can help to create families all over the world. Healthy men between the ages of 18 to 39 are encouraged to apply at San Diego Sperm Bank. We pride ourselves on operating a friendly, informal, and comfortable setting.
San Diego Sperm Bank is part of the Seattle Sperm Bank, an industry-leading sperm bank that works with Fertility Clinics globally. Seattle Sperm Bank offers the highest level of Donors, industry-leading screening methods, and the highest vial quality.
Seattle Sperm Bank's $50 All Access Pass offers unlimited online access to Donor Profiles, Childhood Photos, Audio Interview, Medical History, Staff Impressions, and more.
We are conveniently located near UC San Diego in the Campus on Villa La Jolla Professional Center.
When San Diego Sperm Bank (SDSB) asked me to write about my experience being a donor, I agreed because it has been a great experience for me. I get to help people start families while earning money getting free healthcare. This is what it’s like… Wh
There are many benefits to becoming a sperm donor. Earning extra money is likely the most obvious one, but there are many other reasons you may not be aware of. So if you’re a healthy male between the ages of 18 and 39, we encourage you to apply today o
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