Lock in swimmer strength: freeze.
Safeguard your swimmers for generations ahead!
Invest in your family's future by freezing your sperm.

The Supernormal™ collection is carefully developed and tested by a medical team.



Sperm quality declines with age, particularly after 35. Increased time to conceive, higher miscarriage risk, and lower pregnancy rates. Freezing sperm early offers future family assurance.

Career-driven family planning

Sperm freezing is a practical solution for men who want to delay starting a family due to personal or career reasons, allowing them to preserve their fertility until they are ready.

High-risk occupation

High-risk jobs like painting, driving, herbicides/plastic production, welding or military service can negatively impact fertility. Freezing sperm safeguards future fertility in high-risk occupations.

Genetic legacy preservation

Men at risk of fertility issues due to age, genetics, or lifestyle factors may opt for sperm freezing to ensure the availability of viable sperm when they decide to have children.

Medical treatment

Men undergoing radiation treatment or chemotherapy - treatments that could affect fertility - sometimes decide to freeze their sperm prior to treatment as a biological fatherhood insurance.


Men who wish to get sterilized will sometimes want to freeze their sperm before sterilization, in case they later in life would want to father a biological child. 

What you need to know
Do I really need to freeze my sperm if I am young and healthy?

Many experts on the matter think that any person between 18 and 25 should freeze their sperm. This is because you never know what kind of environmental exposures or health conditions you might come across the years before you wish to have children. To do this kind of freeze, is sometimes referred to as “social freezing”. This is much more common amongst women, where social freezing is a well-known and socially acceptable preventative measure. 


Since it is as common with fertility issues among men and women, and sperm tends to be healthier the younger you are, we believe that you should see social sperm freezing as an optimization of your fertility chances for your future self.


How successful is treatment with frozen sperm?

Treatment with previously frozen sperm is just as successful as treatment with sperm that has never been frozen.

How long can my sperm be stored after freezing?


What happens if I do not actively renew the storage?

The storage of your sperm will automatically be renewed until you actively decide to use them or end the service. 

What happens when I want to use my sperm?

When you decide you wish to use your sperm, you need to contact and book an appointment with Nordic IVF where the sperm is frozen.

From thereon, they will help you through the entire process.

What happens if I don’t use all of my sperm during treatment?

There are several options for the sperm that is not used during a treatment:

  • Save them for future treatments

  • Donate them to others wishing to start a family

  • Donate them to research which enables scientists to better understand causes of infertility and develop new treatments

  • Dispose them, which means removing them from the freezer and naturally perish

How do I end the service of sperm freezing?

If you wish to end the sperm freeze, you can simply follow the instructions below:


1. Request to end your sperm freeze through our Chatbot.

2. Identify yourself with BankID

3. Read and accept the terms and conditions required to end the freezing. 

4. Done! You will receive an email confirming that your spem freeze has ended. 

Note! Once confirmed and approved, you cannot regret the ending of this service. 

What is sperm freezing? Sperm freezing, also known as sperm cryopreservation, is a method used to preserve sperm for future use. Sperm freezing is done through 4 simple steps:
1. Provide a sperm sample Provide a sperm sample at the clinic through masturbation.
2. Analysis After collecting the sperm sample, it is moved to the laboratory for analysis. The analysis focuses on identifying viable sperm with a healthy morphology and high motility that is considered suitable for freezing.
3. Processing Still att the laboratory, sperm is washed to remove any debris or dead sperm. It is then mixed with a cryoprotectant solution that helps to protect the sperm during the freezing process.
4. Freezing The mixture of sperm and cryoprotectant solution is placed in small vials and slowly cooled to a very low temperature, typically -196°C, using a special freezing technique called vitrification. The vials are then stored in liquid nitrogen tanks, where they can remain for years or even decades without losing their viability.
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