Most men, whether they'll admit it or not, have at least pondered becoming a sperm donor. After all, when money's tight, it's hard not to be tempted to get paid, and paid well, for doing something you're already doing on the all-too-regular. However, qualifying as a candidate requires a lot more than just a dexterous wrist and a Y chromosome. In fact, most guys have no clue how complex and selective the screening process is, not to mention what to prepare for when you become the anonymous father to dozens of children.
We surveyed the practices of Cryos International, the world's largest sperm bank, to put together the essentials for you. Because for something this potentially life-altering, there's only one thing you should be doing solo.