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Men are not only worried about COVID-19 killing them, but they now fear that the coronavirus pandemic will also decimate their legacies.


While operations that keep sperm cryogenically alive have not been deemed essential, business is booming at semen storage facilities, reports the Daily Beast. Mail-order iterations are enjoying bumps in popularity, according to two at-home sperm collection companies, CryoChoice and Dadi.


The process works like this: Companies send special kits made for the collection of seed, recipients load them up and mail them back. The storage firm tests the semen and cryogenically stores it typically for an additional cost until the baby-making substance is needed for action.


Despite little evidence that shows the coronavirus having a long-term impact on fertility, men on the baby track are taking no chances. CryoChoice says sales jumped as much as 20% recently and a lot of inquiries come in from people scared about coronavirus.


You cant say, Dont worry about the fever now, youll be better in three months, Grace Centola, science director of sperm storer Dadi, which reported a threefold increase in sales, told the Daily Beast. Theyll be very upset. Theyll go crazy. Because to them, time is of the essence now.



Cryogenically freezing sperm promises to serve similar functions for men who may be afflicted with COVID-19, but the end result has more to do with psychology than physiology. When the world around you is going crazy, a source told the Daily Beast, just the idea that you can grasp something have control over any of your life that [may be] worth the couple hundred dollars it costs to bank some sperm.


Men arent alone in their panic, either. Many women are rushing to get their eggs frozen amid fears of the coronavirus. A top fertility clinic in Manhattan says its been inundated with women begging to freeze their eggs during the pandemic.


Source: https://nypost.com

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Nervous men freezing sperm over coronavirus fears

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Men are not only worried about COVID-19 killing them, but they now fear that the coronavirus pandemic will also decimate their legacies.


While operations that keep sperm cryogenically alive have not been deemed essential, business is booming at semen storage facilities, reports the Daily Beast. Mail-order iterations are enjoying bumps in popularity, according to two at-home sperm collection companies, CryoChoice and Dadi.


The process works like this: Companies send special kits made for the collection of seed, recipients load them up and mail them back. The storage firm tests the semen and cryogenically stores it typically for an additional cost until the baby-making substance is needed for action.


Despite little evidence that shows the coronavirus having a long-term impact on fertility, men on the baby track are taking no chances. CryoChoice says sales jumped as much as 20% recently and a lot of inquiries come in from people scared about coronavirus.


You cant say, Dont worry about the fever now, youll be better in three months, Grace Centola, science director of sperm storer Dadi, which reported a threefold increase in sales, told the Daily Beast. Theyll be very upset. Theyll go crazy. Because to them, time is of the essence now.



Cryogenically freezing sperm promises to serve similar functions for men who may be afflicted with COVID-19, but the end result has more to do with psychology than physiology. When the world around you is going crazy, a source told the Daily Beast, just the idea that you can grasp something have control over any of your life that [may be] worth the couple hundred dollars it costs to bank some sperm.


Men arent alone in their panic, either. Many women are rushing to get their eggs frozen amid fears of the coronavirus. A top fertility clinic in Manhattan says its been inundated with women begging to freeze their eggs during the pandemic.


Source: https://nypost.com

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