In Nigeria, the price of sperm donation doesn’t seem to be as attractive as it might be in other countries, according to a lot of people who have donated in the past in Nigeria. They shared their experiences highlighting various challenges and concerns associated with sperm donation in the country.
One of the main complaints is the rigorous procedure involved. Donors must undergo extensive medical tests, including screening for HIV, syphilis, hepatitis B and C, sickle cell, and other sexually transmitted diseases. This process can be both time-consuming and costly, with some donors spending more on medical tests than they would receive as payment.
Height requirements and physical features are hurdles, with some men being disqualified from donating based on such criteria.
Despite these challenges, experts emphasize the safety and effectiveness of sperm donation. However, it’s important to note that there is an age limit for sperm donation in Nigeria, which is 40 years, as sperm quality can decline with age.
Sperm Donation price
Sperm Donation price in Nigeria is between 200,000 naira to 300,000 naira as at 2024. But note that you would be the one to bear the cost of all tests that would be carried out to know if you are eligible or not.