Donor Number N106

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Donor Number: N106

This donor is not currently donating ?
This donor is no longer providing donations as part of our Anonymous Donor Program. This means that the donor has vials available for sale, but does not have any remaining vials in quarantine for future release. The only way additional vials may become available for this donor is in the event vials are released back to NW Cryobank by customers with previously purchased and stored vials wishing to release them back to the Cryobank. These specimens have never left our facility and carry our full motility guarantee.
ICI ?
If you plan to perform an intra-cervical insemination (also known as vaginal insemination) which is the placement of the sperm near, but not inside of the cervix, the ICI preparation is suitable. The insemination may be performed in the privacy of your own home without the assistance of a medical provider, in all states allowing this procedure.

ICI specimens are 'unwashed' and similar to a 'raw' ejaculate which contains natural nutrients, proteins, sperm cells, etc. Unwashed samples are similar to the deposit made during intercourse. https://www.nwcryobank.com/general-sperm-information/

ICI specimens may only be used for an intra-cervical insemination, unless the sample is put through a washing procedure by your medical provider. If the ICI specimen is placed directly into the cervix or the uterus, severe cramping and even shock may occur.

Once washed, it may be used for an IUI (intra-uterine insemination) or IVF (In-vitro Fertilization treatment). If you plan to have your medical provider perform your insemination, ask if they prefer you purchase an ICI (unwashed), or an IUI (washed) specimen. Most fertility doctors and/or clinics can wash specimens prior to treatments.

Note: If the specimen undergoes additional processing by your clinic prior to insemination, the motility guarantee will be void.
Out of Stock
IUI ?
If you plan to perform an intra-cervical insemination (also known as vaginal insemination) which is the placement of the sperm near, but not inside of the cervix, the IUI preparation is suitable. The insemination may be performed in the privacy of your own home without the assistance of a medical provider, in all states allowing this procedure.

Or, if you plan to have your medical provider perform the insemination, the IUI preparation may be required. It is best to ask if your provider prefers you purchase an ICI (unwashed), or an IUI (washed) specimen. Most fertility doctors and/or clinics can wash specimens prior to treatments. Note: If the specimen undergoes additional processing by your clinic prior to insemination, the motility guarantee will be void.

IUI specimens are "washed". The term "washed" means that the "raw" ejaculate is put through a density gradient to remove dead and poorly performing sperm, and other unnecessary contents. This process creates specimens with a high concentration of motile sperm. https://www.nwcryobank.com/general-sperm-information/)
Out of Stock
ICI-IVF ?
ICI-IVF specimens are "unwashed" and similar to a "raw" ejaculate which contains natural nutrients, proteins, sperm cells, etc. Unwashed samples are similar to the deposit made during intercourse. These specimens have a lower sperm count than our standard vial making them suitable for an IVF procedure with a Fertility Clinic or Reproductive Endocrinologist.

These specimens are also suitable for an intra-cervical insemination (also known as vaginal insemination) which is the placement of the sperm near, but not inside of the cervix. The insemination may be performed in the privacy of your own home without the assistance of a medical provider, in all states allowing this procedure. Because the sperm count is lower than our standard vials, it might be advisable to consider purchasing 2 vials for each attempted insemination.

ICI specimens may only be used for an intra-cervical insemination, unless the sample is put through a washing procedure by your medical provider. If the ICI specimen is placed directly into the cervix or the uterus, severe cramping and even shock may occur.

Once washed, it may be used for an IUI (intra-uterine insemination) or IVF (In-vitro Fertilization treatment). If you plan to have your medical provider perform your insemination, ask if they prefer you purchase an ICI (unwashed), or an IUI (washed) specimen. Most fertility doctors and/or clinics can wash specimens prior to treatments.

Note: If the specimen undergoes additional processing by your clinic prior to insemination, the motility guarantee will be void.
Out of Stock
IUI-IVF ?
IUI-IVF specimens are "washed". The term "washed" means that the "raw" ejaculate is put through a density gradient to remove dead and poorly performing sperm, and other unnecessary contents. These specimens have a lower sperm count than our standard vial making them suitable for an IVF procedure with a Fertility Clinic or Reproductive Endocrinologist. Note: If the specimen undergoes additional processing by your clinic prior to insemination, the motility guarantee will be void.

These specimens are also suitable for an intra-cervical insemination (also known as vaginal insemination) which is the placement of the sperm near, but not inside of the cervix. The insemination may be performed in the privacy of your own home without the assistance of a medical provider, in all states allowing this procedure. Because the sperm count is lower than our standard vials, it might be advisable to consider purchasing 2 vials for each attempted insemination.
Less than 12 Remaining

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General Information

Donor Code:
N106
Ethnic Origin:
Blood Type:
A Positive
Hair Color:
Blond
Type of Hair:
Thickness of Hair:
Eye Color:
Blue
Complexion Relative to Race:
Bone Structure:
Height:
6'0"
Weight:
180
Handedness:

Education Status:

Area of Study:

CMV Status (All donors test CMV-IgM Negative): Positive

Vision: , does not wear lenses

Hearing:

Dentition: , orthodontia required

Allergies: None known

Hospitalization: None known

Alcohol Usage: Does drink alcohol

Tobacco Usage: Does smoke

Drug Usage: Tests NEGATIVE for Drugs of Abuse.

Paternal Grandfather: Alive and in his

Paternal Grandmother: Alive and in her

Maternal Grandfather: Alive and in his

Maternal Grandmother: Alive and in her

Father: Alive and in his

Mother: Alive and in her

Siblings:

Genetic Screening Performed: No

Donor Communication (Type): Anonymous

Limited Available? Limited product available (12 vials or less)

Past Pregnancy: Yes

Face:

Lips:

Nose:

Ears:

Eyes:

Eyebrows:

Summary:

 

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Medical History

Medical History: Birth Defects/Congenital Problems

Have you or any member of your family (by blood), had a problem or defect at birth of any of the following body systems?

Relative Problem at birth:
Bones, muscles, joints, limbs
Problem at birth:
Gastrointestinal system
Problem at birth:
Nervous system, brain, spinal cord
Problem at birth:
Blood circulatory system
Self
Mother
Father
Maternal Grandmother
Maternal Grandfather
Paternal Grandmother
Paternal Grandfather

Medical History: Birth Defects/Congenital Problems (cont.)

Have you or any member of your family (by blood), had a problem or defect at birth of any of the following body systems?

Relative Problem at birth:
Breathing, respiratory system
Problem at birth:
Heart
Problem at birth:
Other organs
Problem at birth:
Genital, urinary, reproductive
Self
Mother
Father
Maternal Grandmother
Maternal Grandfather
Paternal Grandmother
Paternal Grandfather

Medical History: Birth Defects/Congenital Problems (cont.)

Have you or any member of your family (by blood), had a problem or defect at birth of any of the following body systems?

Relative Problem at birth:
Metabolic
Problem at birth:
Learning disabilities
Problem at birth:
Other
Self
Mother
Father
Maternal Grandmother
Maternal Grandfather
Paternal Grandmother
Paternal Grandfather

Medical History: Heart/Vascular

Relative Heart Attack
(age of onset)
Heart Disease
(age of onset)
High Blood Pressure
(age of onset)
Arrhythmia
(age of onset)
Self
Mother
Father
Maternal Grandmother
Maternal Grandfather
Paternal Grandmother
Paternal Grandfather

Medical History: Heart/Vascular (cont.)

Relative Stroke
(age of onset)
TIA (Mini Stroke)
(age of onset)
Aneurism
(age of onset)
Other Heart/Vascular Disorder
(age of onset & disorder)
Self
Mother
Father
Maternal Grandmother
Maternal Grandfather
Paternal Grandmother
Paternal Grandfather

Medical History: Blood

Relative Anemia
(age of onset)
Sickle Cell
(age of onset)
Hemophilia
(age of onset)
Leukemia
(age of onset)
Self
Mother
Father
Maternal Grandmother
Maternal Grandfather
Paternal Grandmother
Paternal Grandfather

Medical History: Blood (cont.)

Relative Immune Problems
(age of onset)
Other Blood Disorder
(age of onset & disorder)
Self
Mother
Father
Maternal Grandmother
Maternal Grandfather
Paternal Grandmother
Paternal Grandfather

Medical History: Respiratory

Relative Hay Fever
(age of onset)
Asthma
(age of onset)
Emphysema
(age of onset)
Tuberculosis
(age of onset)
Self
Mother
Father
Maternal Grandmother
Maternal Grandfather
Paternal Grandmother
Paternal Grandfather

Medical History: Respiratory (cont.)

Relative Lung Cancer
(age of onset)
Pneumonia
(age of onset)
Other Respiratory Disorder
(age of onset & disorder)
Self
Mother
Father
Maternal Grandmother
Maternal Grandfather
Paternal Grandmother
Paternal Grandfather

Medical History: Gastro-Intestinal

Relative Ulcers
(age of onset)
Gall Stones
(age of onset)
Hepatitis A
(age of onset)
Hepatitis B
(age of onset)
Self
Mother
Father
Maternal Grandmother
Maternal Grandfather
Paternal Grandmother
Paternal Grandfather

Medical History: Gastro-Intestinal (cont.)

Relative Other Liver Disease
(age of onset)
Colon Cancer
(age of onset)
Ulcerative Colitis
(age of onset)
Crohn's Disease
(age of onset)
Self
Mother
Father
Maternal Grandmother
Maternal Grandfather
Paternal Grandmother
Paternal Grandfather

Medical History: Gastro-Intestinal (cont.)

Relative Cystic Fibrosis
(age of onset)
Intestinal Cancer
(age of onset)
Other Gastro-Intestinal Disorder
(age of onset & disorder)
Self
Mother
Father
Maternal Grandmother
Maternal Grandfather
Paternal Grandmother
Paternal Grandfather

Medical History: Metabolic/Endocrine

Relative Diabetes
(age of onset)
Hypoglycemia
(age of onset)
Thyroid Cancer
(age of onset)
Thyroid Disease
(age of onset)
Self
Mother
Father
Maternal Grandmother
Maternal Grandfather
Paternal Grandmother
Paternal Grandfather

Medical History: Metabolic/Endocrine (cont.)

Relative Goiter
(age of onset)
Adrenal Disorder
(age of onset)
Hyperactivity
(age of onset)
Other Metabolic/Endocrine Disorder
(age of onset & disorder)
Self
Mother
Father
Maternal Grandmother
Maternal Grandfather
Paternal Grandmother
Paternal Grandfather

Medical History: Urinary

Relative Kidney Disease
(age of onset)
Disease of Ureter, Bladder, Urethra
(age of onset)
Rectal Disorder
(age of onset)
Other Urinary Disorder
(age of onset & disorder)
Self
Mother
Father
Maternal Grandmother
Maternal Grandfather
Paternal Grandmother
Paternal Grandfather

Medical History: Genital/Reproductive

Relative Undescended Testicle(s)
(age of onset)
Hypospadiasis
(age of onset)
HPV/Genital Warts
(age of onset)
Genital Herpes
(age of onset)
Self
Mother
Father
Maternal Grandmother
Maternal Grandfather
Paternal Grandmother
Paternal Grandfather

Medical History: Genital/Reproductive (cont.)

Relative Prostate Cancer
(age of onset)
Uterine Fibroids
(age of onset)
Ovarian Cysts
(age of onset)
Cancer of the Cervix
(age of onset)
Self
Mother
Father
Maternal Grandmother
Maternal Grandfather
Paternal Grandmother
Paternal Grandfather

Medical History: Genital/Reproductive (cont.)

Relative Cancer of the Uterus
(age of onset)
Varicocele Other Genital/Reproductive Disorder
(age of onset & disorder)
Self
Mother
Father
Maternal Grandmother
Maternal Grandfather
Paternal Grandmother
Paternal Grandfather

Medical History: Skin

Relative Acne
(age of onset)
Scarring Acne
(age of onset)
Eczema
(age of onset)
Psoriasis
(age of onset)
Self
Mother
Father
Maternal Grandmother
Maternal Grandfather
Paternal Grandmother
Paternal Grandfather

Medical History: Skin (cont.)

Relative Skin Cancer
(age of onset)
Pigmentation Disorders
(age of onset)
Other Skin Disorder
(age of onset & disorder)
Self
Mother
Father
Maternal Grandmother
Maternal Grandfather
Paternal Grandmother
Paternal Grandfather

Medical History: Neurological

Relative Migraines
(age of onset)
Mental Retardation
(age of onset)
Alzheimers
(age of onset)
Multiple Sclerosis
(age of onset)
Self
Mother
Father
Maternal Grandmother
Maternal Grandfather
Paternal Grandmother
Paternal Grandfather

Medical History: Neurological (cont.)

Relative Cerebral Palsey
(age of onset)
Epilepsy
(age of onset)
Hydrocephalus
(age of onset)
Spinal Cord Disorder
(age of onset)
Self
Mother
Father
Maternal Grandmother
Maternal Grandfather
Paternal Grandmother
Paternal Grandfather

Medical History: Neurological (cont.)

Relative Huntington's Chorea
(age of onset)
Gaucher's Disease
(age of onset)
Wilson's Disease
(age of onset)
Other Neurological Disorder
(age of onset & disorder)
Self
Mother
Father
Maternal Grandmother
Maternal Grandfather
Paternal Grandmother
Paternal Grandfather

Medical History: Mental Health

Relative Schizophrenia
(age of onset)
Manic Depression
(age of onset)
Clinical Depression
(age of onset)
Other Mental Health Disorder
(age of onset & disorder)
Self
Mother
Father
Maternal Grandmother
Maternal Grandfather
Paternal Grandmother
Paternal Grandfather

Medical History: Muscles/Bones/Joints

Relative Muscular Dystrophy
(age of onset)
Other Chronic Muscle Disease
(age of onset & disorder)
Lupus
(age of onset)
Deformity of Spine
(age of onset)
Self
Mother
Father
Maternal Grandmother
Maternal Grandfather
Paternal Grandmother
Paternal Grandfather

Medical History: Muscles/Bones/Joints (cont.)

Relative Osteoporosis
(age of onset)
Dwarfism
(age of onset)
Arthritis
(age of onset)
Gout
(age of onset)
Self
Mother
Father
Maternal Grandmother
Maternal Grandfather
Paternal Grandmother
Paternal Grandfather

Medical History: Muscles/Bones/Joints (cont.)

Relative Myasthenia Gravis
(age of onset)
Other Muscle/Bone/Joint Disorder
(age of onset & disorder)
Self
Mother
Father
Maternal Grandmother
Maternal Grandfather
Paternal Grandmother
Paternal Grandfather

Medical History: Sight/Hearing/Olfactory

Relative Deafness before age 60
(age of onset)
Deformity of the Ear
(age of onset)
Cataracts before age 50
(age of onset)
Blindness
(age of onset)
Self
Mother
Father
Maternal Grandmother
Maternal Grandfather
Paternal Grandmother
Paternal Grandfather

Medical History: Sight/Hearing/Olfactory (cont.)

Relative Color Blindness
(age of onset)
Glaucoma
(age of onset)
Deviated Septum
(age of onset)
Sinusitis
(age of onset)
Self
Mother
Father
Maternal Grandmother
Maternal Grandfather
Paternal Grandmother
Paternal Grandfather

Medical History: Sight/Hearing/Olfactory (cont.)

Relative Other Sight/Hearing/Olfactory Disorder
(age of onset & disorder)
Self
Mother
Father
Maternal Grandmother
Maternal Grandfather
Paternal Grandmother
Paternal Grandfather

Medical History: Other

Relative Alcoholism
(age of onset)
Drug Abuse or Addiction
(age of onset)
Smoker/Tobacco Use
(age of onset)
Self
Mother
Father
Maternal Grandmother
Maternal Grandfather
Paternal Grandmother
Paternal Grandfather

Medical History: Other (cont.)

Relative Oral Herpes/Cold Sores
(age of onset)
Other Disorder
(age of onset & disorder)
Breast Cancer
(age of onset)
Any Other Cancer
(age of onset & disorder)
Self
Mother
Father
Maternal Grandmother
Maternal Grandfather
Paternal Grandmother
Paternal Grandfather