What is the difference between a directed donor, known donor, client depositor, and sexually intimate partner?

What is the difference between a directed donor, known donor, client depositor, and sexually intimate partner?

A directed donor is a sperm donor who will be storing his sperm for later use by a recipient who is not a sexually intimidate partner. Collections may be made up to one month after completion of a medical examination and initial infectious disease testing. 6-month quarantine with follow-up medical examination and infectious disease testing is required.

A sexually intimate partner (SIP), also referred to as a “known donor”, is a sperm donor who will be storing his sperm for later use by a recipient with whom the donor has been/is sexually intimate. Collections are made in a period 7-days prior to and 7-days after the medical examination and initial infectious disease testing. 6-month quarantine with follow-up medical examination and infectious disease testing is not required as long as recipient signs an acknowledgement waiver.
Note: some medical professionals will not work with samples which have not been tested for infectious diseases.

A client depositor is a sperm do nor who is storing his sperm for potential future use by a recipient whom the donor may or may not currently know (personal storage). 6-month quarantine with follow-up medical examination and infectious disease testing is required.