Regulations on anonymity introduced in 2005 now mean that all children conceived as a result of sperm donation have the right at the age of 18 to identifying information about the donor (full name, last known address, date of birth). Donors must provide this information to the HFEA (via the clinic) at the time of the donation.


Will I be the legal parent of resulting children?

Yes, you will be responsible for any child born following the treatment cycle. The donor relinquishes all legal rights and claims over any offspring that may result from the donation, along with all duties towards the child.

How many families?

A sperm donor can create up to 10 families with their donations. There is no limit to the number of children created within those 10 family units.

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