As sperm storage options become more readily available Cryobank America has updated their sperm storage plan for all new clients looking to have their sperm stored for a fertile future. Unlike some mail in kits we are able to give you an accurate up front counts and process in our state of the art laboratory. Our new plan includes transparent pricing and affordable storage in our 24-hour monitored FDA registered and inspected laboratory.
Cryobank America recommends the following groups consider storing their sperm for potential future use:
Gender reassignment patients
Severe illness patients
Cancer patients (Leukemia, Lymphoma, Hodgkin’s, Prostate, and Testicular)
To begin please visit our updated personal sperm banking page HERE.
Once you are ready to schedule a visit to get started you can book online through our live chat feature or simply give us a call at 817-945-8708 and one of our friendly and knowledgeable staff members will help you get started.
There are many reasons why a person may want or need to cryopreserve their semen. It is recommended that all men should preserve their future fertility. No matter what you do for a living, there are many dangers that may reduce or permanently prevent fertility. Invest in your future, invest in your most important bank account at Cryobank America.
To learn about how and why it is important to store your sperm for future use please check out this HELPFUL RESOURCE.
Have you ever wondered how Cryobanks, Sperm/Egg/Embryo Storage Centers, and Fertility Clinics are able to store cells that can remain living for 30+ years? Cryopreservation is the answer, and we want you to be informed a little bit of how we do this.
We use Liquid nitrogen (LN2) to preserve human cells and tissues in a state of suspended animation at cryogenic temperatures. Liquid Nitrogen is very cold, in fact it is -196 degrees Celsius or for people in the U.S. that translates to -321 degrees Fahrenheit. Liquid Nitrogen boils when it is at room temperature, so we must be careful to keep the Liquid Nitrogen cold so that is does not boil and get too warm which would allow for the cells to thaw out. With the help of freezing media and a proper technique, it will protect the cells from ice crystals, exploding, and shrinking.
If everything is done correctly, it will then result in a preserved cell, which theoretically has an indefinite shelf-life, that when thawed out properly the cells will be the same as it was before it was frozen. This allows people to utilize sperm/eggs/oocytes for future use in case they become infertile later on, which can help so many people! Liquid Nitrogen is a fascinating substance, plus, it also can help you make ice cream really fast, and that’s a pretty cool bonus!
If you would like more information about preserving your ability to conceive in the future, please visit our Directed Donor or Personal Sperm Banking pages, or contact us by email at [email protected] or by phone at 817-945-8708