Danish sperm bank

Duration: 6min 23sec Views: 368 Submitted: 08.04.2020
Category: Casting
Free res ervat ion for 6 months. We know that a lot of you have been affected by the COVID situation, which has unfortunately caused planned fertility treatments around the world to be cancelled or postponed. If this is the case for you, we would like to help you by offering free reservation for 6 months of your purchased sperm straws. Then we decided to look for a donor. With the donation the treatment was successful and we received a very cute little princess in January

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Welcome to Nordic Cryobank Group

In all we do, we are guided by a set of strong values to ensure you the best possible experience making one of the most important choices in the world. Nordic Cryobank Group is a world-leading sperm expert. We believe that becoming a parent is one of the most important things that happen in life and we acknowledge that choosing donor sperm requires contemplation and thought. Committed to keeping our position at the forefront of the industry, we continuously innovate to enable that choice in the best possible manner. We strive to make sure that customers, donors and partners are well informed, professionally taken care of and genuinely cared for. It is our responsibility to support all families who choose assisted fertility, as well as the donors who generously help them. To that end, we seek to give you the best product possible, to make the complex easy, to be leading in innovation, and to understand how we can best assist you, today and tomorrow.

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Holly, 41, is part of a growing number of women who travel to Denmark every year to get pregnant by a sperm donor. Latest figures suggest there are more than 6, fatherless British-Danish children living in the UK, with semen from Denmark making up almost half of all non-British male reproductive material imported into the country. Blue-eyed Johan, with his thick blonde locks and cheeky smile, has certainly taken after his Scandi father — whoever he may be.
She knows his mother is a nurse and his father is a policeman, and that his aunt has green eyes and curly hair. She even has a photo of him as a child, and an audio recording of his voice. More than six years ago, she decided she wanted to start a family. Like thousands of women in Europe each year, Ryan turned to Denmark. Today, the Nordic country of 5.