Seattle Sperm Bank is proud to offer Counsyl’s Universal Carrier Screening on all donors who entered our program as of August 2016!
Over the years, we have expanded our genetic testing of donors as genetic knowledge and technology continue to advance. As a result, not all donors have been tested for the same conditions or with the same methods. All donors have undergone screening and testing for the conditions listed HERE. In addition, many donors have had more extensive testing performed. For a full list of our donors who have had Extended Genetic Testing performed please click HERE.
Even if a donor has been evaluated for carrier status of the listed conditions below, a negative result reduces, but does not eliminate, the likelihood of the donor being a carrier. If you are a known carrier of a genetic condition please contact us, and we will provide you a list of donors who have been screened for this condition and found to be negative. If you do not know your carrier status, you can easily find out by using the button below to be redirected to Counsyl’s website to have a genetic testing saliva kit sent to you.
Do you want to know your Carrier status?
Are you a Carrier of any genetic conditions?
- Counsyl is an In-Network Laboratory provider for over 250 million Americans. Upon receipt of your specimen, Counsyl will provide an E-mail estimate of charges. Should your insurance not cover this screening expense you will have the option to elect the“self-pay” price of $349 (regular pricing for the Counsyl Universal Panel is $999). Click here for more info. https://www.counsyl.com/price/preorder/
- Advance knowledge makes a difference: Carrier Screening is used to identify those who are at risk of passing inherited disorders to their children. The severe, prevalent and actionable diseases on the Cousyl Universal panel have been selected by clinical experts and can be reported with >99% accuracy.
- The Counsyl Family prep Screen uses full-exon sequencing to identify more carriers of all ethnicities for over 100 serious inherited disorders. Though individually rare, diseases on the family Prep Screen are collectively more common than Trisomy 21 (Down Syndrome) or neural tube defects.
- Remember to click the button on this web page to be connected to our pre-negotiated pricing and panel!