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Become a member today for free and add your profile as a sperm donor, egg donor, co-parent or recipient.
Or add your fertility clinic/service to our database for free or register as an Expert in your specialist field.
If you have already created your family you can register as a Pride Angel Family to allow you to connect with other families in your area.
Alternatively you can register as a Pride Angel Friend. This allows you to create a profile and connect with our clinics and experts.
Use our quick search to find donors and recipients in your chosen area. Upgrade to premium membership to use our advanced search allowing you to search by many criteria such as age, height, eye colour, religion and much more.
It's free to register, create a profile and search. When you want to send a message simply buy message credits when needed. Alternatively upgrade to premium membership to receive free message credits and many more benefits.
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After completing your profile you have the option of completing our health questionnaire, specifically designed for sperm donors, co-parents and recipients.
After completing your profile you have the option of completing our quick personality test, based on Myers Briggs profiling. Upgrade to premium membership to view other members personality test results.
Visit our shop for a selection of fertility, ovulation and pregnancy tests. Find specially developed nutritional multivitamins to help you conceive and support your pregnancy. Test your donor's sperm using our Male fertility test kits.
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Visit our shop to purchase artificial insemination kits to help you conceive in the comfort of your own home. Our best selling deluxe insemination kit contains everything you will require.
Find out more about health screening, sexual health testing, genetic screening and checking out your Fertility MOT.
Pride Angel operates as a connection and introductory site only. We do not become involved in the procurement of gametes in any way.
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