Donor insemination has been offered for many years to couples where the male partner has a severe sperm disorder or does not make sperm. Sperm donors must be screened for infectious diseases and common genetic disorders, and frozen sperm samples can be thawed and simply placed at the cervix (neck of the uterus) at the time of ovulation. DI has become less commonly practised following the introduction of ICS1 in the 1990s since ICS1 allows the male partner to have a child with his DNA.

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