Taiwan Sperm Banks

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Re: Taiwan Sperm Banks

Postby Isha » 23 Apr 2012, 14:22

FYI. Sperm bank market isn't big here. Regulations allows only couples with serious problems to receive donations. Single women are forbidden to receive. One person can donate sperms three times at max.
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