Your Reservation Depot

Below you can read about how you can order delivery, add more straws, extend and cancel your reservation depot

How to have donor sperm delivered from your reservation depot

When you want donor sperm delivered, simply log onto our website using your username and password.

Alternatively you can complete a manual delivery request. This is sent by email, letter or fax to Cryos together with a copy of an official picture ID such as a passport or driving licence. Donor sperm can be sent to you personally for home insemination or to a clinic.

How to add more straws to an existing reservation depot

As long as we still have sperm from the sperm donor in stock, you can purchase it online and add it to your existing depot. Purchases are reserved in the usual way, only here you choose 'Add to existing reservation' under 'Choose reservation'. You only pay for one reservation period at a time, regardless of how many straws you have in your depot and whether you buy more straws later.

How to extend the reservation period

A reservation can always be extended. An email reminder will be sent to you well in advance. If you do not have email, we will send you a reminder in the post. We charge a fee of EUR 7.50 for this service. For letters sent by recorded delivery, we charge a fee of EUR 15.

How to cancel your reservation depot

You can cancel your depot online by logging onto our website using your username and password.

Alternatively you can complete a manual cancellation form, which has to be sent to us by letter, mail or fax together with a copy of an official picture ID such as a passport or driving licence.
You can choose only to cancel some of the straws on your reservation depot. Once you have cancelled the straws, we will refund 75% of the value of the straws (other agreements may be a different percentage) for those straws that have not been delivered.

Did you find the answers to your questions?

If not, please contact us and we will do our utmost to help you. Cryos Customer Service communicates in the following languages: Scandinavian, English, French, German, Spanish and Italian.