I want to have a baby

We want to be mothers

I want to be a sperm donor

I'm a supermom

SPERM DONOR SCREENING
The desire to become a parent may arise spontaneously, or it may grow over a period of time - and it can happen at any point in your life. There are many motivations: you may have found your ideal partner, or you are single, and you don't want to wait any longer for the right person.
 
When the desire to start your own family is born from responsibility, and the decision is carefully planned, it represents a guarantee of safety and stability for your future baby. No matter what type of family you want to form, Amplexa Genetics supports responsible parenthood or motherhood; that is why we want to help you choose a qualified donor.
 
Your donor could be someone you don't know or someone from your social circle. Regardless of the type of donor you prefer, you should seek medical advice to have your donor candidate comprehensively evaluated; the evaluation should include physical, biological, psychological, and genetic tests.
You must keep in mind that your child will inherit 50% of its genes from the donor and 50% of its genes from you. For example, a baby may inherit the mother's blue eyes and the donor's skin color, and it may inherit physical and genetic characteristics from the donor's parents.

SPERM DONOR SCREENING

Sperm donor screening is a fundamental genetic test for donors. The test analyzes genetic mutations in genes responsible for rare diseases with a recessive mode of inheritance.
Genes are selected according to the ethnic origin of the donor and the prevalence of rare diseases in the ethnic group; therefore, the number of genes analyzed may change. If a donor candidate has a mutation in one of the genes analyzed, the candidate cannot become a donor.


HEREDITARY DISEASES

Hereditary diseases are inherited through genetic material from one generation to another. In some cases, conditions can “skip” one generation and be inherited in the next; this happens in diseases with recessive inheritance. Recessive inheritance means that a person can carry disease-related mutations without being aware of them.

RECESSIVE GENETIC DISEASE

Two copies of the same mutated gene, one in the woman and one in the man, cause the disease.


 Prevalence in medicine measures the total number of people in a specific group who have (or had) a particular disease, 

condition, or risk factor at a particular point in time or during a given period.



Reference: https://www.medicinenet.com/prevalence/definition.htm

GENES ANALYZED AND THE PREVALENCE OF THE RELATED DISEASES:


 

 

Reference: https://www.orpha.net/consor/cgi-bin/index.php?lng=EN

OUR RESULTS:

5 out of 100 sperm donor candidates analyzed by Amplexa Genetics were disqualified as donors.


GET TESTED BEFORE:

  • Selecting a sperm donor.
  • Trying to get pregnant with a sperm donor.

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