September 15, 2016
New Zealand Panics Over Their Lack Of Sperm
New Zealand is desperately seeking sperm donors now that health officials warn there is only enough left to treat approximately 80 families. Due to recent legislation that bans a donor from receiving payment or remaining anonymous, women are now waiting up to two years for sperm. The “sperm drought” has become such a dire issue that fertility clinic manager compared it to climate change. Fertility specialists are even warning that too many New Zealand women have turned to traveling overseas for “reproductive tourism,” or, as we like to call it, studying abroad.