For Today Bundle
A comprehensive semen analysis that ensures your sample is viable for freezing. Flexible, renewable storage plan to get you started.
1 collection kit (semen analysis)
1-year storage (renewable)
For Tomorrow Bundle
Our highest rated product, with medium-term storage. 2 collection kits allow you to freeze more giving you up to 8 tries to get pregnant with IUI.
2 collection kits
1 STI test
5-year storage (renewable)
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Our most in-depth analysis with long-term storage. Provides the best value for those who think they will need to store over 5 years.
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1 STI test
DNA fragmentation analysis
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Fertility preservation for trans women
If you’re transitioning, proactive fertility considerations are especially important. Gender-affirming hormone therapy and other aspects of transition may have a significant impact on fertility. Read on to understand more about fertility and fertility preservation for trans women and other trans-femme folks who produce sperm.
Sperm freezing is best done before or at the very beginning of hormone therapy. That’s because estrogen and testosterone blockers may affect fertility.
If you’ve already started hormone therapy, you can test your sperm to see how it’s been affected. You may be able to regain fertility by temporarily pausing your hormone therapy.
Frozen sperm can be used in IUI (artificial insemination) or IVF later on.
Fertility preservation means you could have a genetic child even if you’ve taken hormone therapy for years, or have bottom surgery.
Once in storage, sperm remains as healthy and high-quality as it was when you froze it — giving you plenty of flexibility around family-building.
Resources to help on your path to parenthood
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Surrogacy, the process in which a person other than the intended parent(s) carries a pregnancy, may be used by both heterosexual couples and LGBTQ couples, as well as single people.
Read guide for surrogacy
Choosing & using donor sperm
LGBTQ couples, single parents, and infertile couples may choose to use donor sperm. But is it better to use anonymous donor sperm from a sperm bank, or a “known” donor such as a friend or family member? Learn about the pros and cons of each option.
Read guide for donor sperm