Plinius

I am a very engaged person with a lot of nerdy interest. I have a general curiosity to know as much as possible about as much as possible.

Occupation and Skills

Occupation

Officer (Captain) in the Army Educational background

Officer training in the Army and master’s degree in psychology

Which languages do you speak apart from your native language?

English and a little Greenlandic and Arabic.

Do you have any specific talents?

I’ve always had a good sense about people. I can immediately tell if someone has bad or good intentions. People who sweet-talks and charms those around them often makes me suspicious. Countless times, I have warned those around me against certain people, and I’ve always been right about my intuition.

Which instruments do you play?

I play the trumpet

Background and family

Donor Plinius' Background

Ancestry: European

Ethnicity: Danish

Native language: Danish

Religion: Atheist

Zodiac sign: Sagittarius

Children of his own: Four children - two girls and two boys

Donor Plinius' Close Family

Mother: Danish, Couples therapist

Father: Danish, Craftsman

Brother/sister: I have three sisters and two brothers. They’ve grown up to become musicians, and pedagogues. My two youngest sibling study in highschool.

Our impressions of donor
Plinius is deeply committed to the noble cause of becoming a sperm donor. As an active blood donor, he finds it in trinsically rewarding to help others in meaningful ways. He has been remark ably transparent about his decision to become a sperm donor, actively involving his family in the decision-making process to ensure a collective understanding and support.

In terms of his personal qualities, Plinius is exceptionally appealing. He exudes a distinct charisma that sets him apart, and he consistently comes across as a mature and empathetic individual.

Intellectually, Plinius is a well-reflected and knowledgeable person. He is articulate in his speech, making any conversation with him not only engaging but also intellectually stimulating. He is genuinely interested in what others have to say, maintaining politeness and thoughtfulness in all of his interactions.

Physically, Plinius is undeniably attractive. He is handsome with well-proportioned features, easily fitting into the category of what many would describe\nas good-looking. All in all, Plinius appears to have the full package: striking good looks complemented by an equally appealing and effervescent personality.
Nice to know

Favourite colour: Purple

Favourite animal or pet: Polar bear

Favourite food: Tortilla and lasagna

What is your diet like?

I eat to support my training and overall health, based on science and personal preference. That’s why I’m primarily focused on getting enough vegetables and fruits and quality protein in large enough quantities that it’s suitable for me to train a lot. During periods when I have trained particularly hard, or during periods when I have cut body fat, I have been very focused on my diet, but primarily on the macronutrient level. So diet is not really that important to me in itself, but a means to something else. And because I have trained a lot and played sports at elite level, I’ve considered my diet primarily as a way of fueling my body and keep it healthy.

Hobbies and interests

Which sports do you like to participate in?

As an adult, I’ve been running and strength training since I was 18, and powerlifting, weightlifting and CrossFitting at high amateur level and periodically at elite level. These sports support my practice within the Armed Forces shooting, orienteering and doing obstacle courses. I love using my body and I have explored many types of movement and sports, including swimming, climbing/bouldering, basketball, various types of martial arts and football.

What are your hobbies and interests?

I have always had many hobbies. In the practical sphere, I practice bushcraft and survival in several different areas. Besides the challenge of surviving in nature on my own, it also has significant relevance in my work. The bushcraft element is partly historical and cultural interest, and partly an aesthetic element. For example by exploring the limits of what natural materials and leather from animals you can hunt yourself can provide you with in the arctic regions.

Questions for donor

What does your family mean to you?

My family means a lot to me. We don’t have to talk often, but we are always there for each other. We’re a big family but we get together often to celebrate birthdays and life events. We always help each other, practically, with emotions in difficult times. We are happy for each other in the happy moments, we celebrate each other, financially we also like to help and advice those in less fortunate situations, for instance those who study. We make sure everyone shares experiences together, also the older and the younger members of our family.

How would your friends and family describe you? When I ask friends and family, they describe me as humorous. The one that does a happy dance in the middle of the supermarket to provoke smiles with my family and friends. The one who makes things happen, and the one who follows through with what I start. They describe me as being strong, and as someone they have faith in to handle anything, someone who’s rarely down or having a hard time.

In general, others see me as optimistic and full of energy, with lots of drive and speed and independency, but I’m always ready to help others.

some also describe me as being quite stubborn. This is both good, because it makes you achieve a lot, but of course it also means that friends and family often have to live with my need to thoroughly discuss subjects.

What are you most proud of?

That my family and I always do our best to be the best version of ourselves and make ourselves better. I am also proud that I generally do a lot for others and to do good things for my fellow human beings without expecting to get anything in return. For one instance, I am a blood donor and I make a virtue of being kind on larger and smaller levels. I like doing kind gestures like opening the door for others. I think those little things mean a lot, especially if we all do those little things every day.

What are some of your best experiences?

Among my best experiences are having my children and meeting them for the first time, memories with family, and also good moments with my friends. I am also a person who has experienced many big things in relations to my work. I’ve been deployed, jumped out of planes and been part of teams that saved people whose lives were in danger. Making a real difference in the lives of others have touched me a lot.

How would you describe your personality?

In general, I am a very engaged person with a lot of nerdy interest. I have a general curiosity to know as much as possible about as much as possible.

I think many would describe me as loyal and someone who keeps his word. I talk a lot and I have an opinions on everything and I enjoy discussing everything from my work, to the fall of the Roman Empire, to Eu politics. In general, almost everything I do, I do with a purpose and for the long-term potential. Not so much ‘for fun’.

Cognitive profile

Intelligence is a very general mental capability that, among other things, involves the ability to reason, plan, solve problems, think abstractly, comprehend complex ideas, learn quickly and learn from experience. It is not merely book learning, a narrow academic skill, or test-taking smarts. Rather, it reflects a broader and deeper capability for comprehending our surroundings- “catching on”, “making sense” of things, or “figuring out” what to do. Ability measured in youth has a positive association with most occupational, educational, health, and social outcomes later in life.

Donor Plinius has an IQ score of 106, which puts him in the "normal" category.

Having a normal IQ means the donor has the reasoning and problem solving skills of a normal person. In the case of our donors we use the people on the job market in Denmark to define a normal person.

Treatment
Juno IVF
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FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the process for purchasing sperm from your sperm bank online?

Purchasing sperm from our online store is a simple process. First, you'll need to create an account on our website. Once you've registered, you can browse our selection of available sperm donors.

Each donor has a detailed profile that includes information such as physical characteristics, medical history, and personal interests. You can filter donors based on your preferences and choose the one that best matches your needs.

Once you've made your selection, you can place an order online and make the necessary payment. We'll then ship the sperm sample to your chosen fertility clinic or medical facility for insemination. Our team is available to answer any questions you may have throughout the process.

Do you provide any guarantees or refunds if the sperm sample doesn’t result in a successful pregnancy?

You will be able to get a refund on your purchased straws if they are still in our stock. Once they have been shipped, it is not possible to send them back, as the product and the shipment process are not suitable for returns. However, your fee for the pregnancy quota will be reimbursed in case of an unsuccessful pregnancy.

 

You can read more about our terms and conditions here on our website.

What criteria do donors have to meet?

At Donor-Network, we have the most comprehensive screening process on the market. We require the following of each donor:

  • They must be between the ages of 18 and 45
  • They must pass our extensive medical, genetic and personal screening process
  • Our staff must feel comfortable about recommending them to their own patients
  • They must have a clean criminal record
  • They must have an IQ score within the normal range or above
  • They can not become a sperm donor if they have previously donated sperm at another sperm bank
  • They can not become a sperm donor if they were adopted or a donor-conceived child themselves, as we require a comprehensive understanding of their family’s medical history.

We also require for them to undergo personal meetings and consultations with our therapist. This all makes it possible for us confidently recommend each donor to our own patients.

Can I see donor profiles or receive non-identifying information about donors?

Here on our web page, we have a wide selection of donors, that you can view. In the profiles you will find their family history, personal characteristics, baby and adult photos, voice recording, personality and IQ test, psychological evaluation, our impression of the donor and much more.

Is the donor's medical history available?

Yes. We make a medical summary of each donor, describing their results from the medical and genetic screening. In this document, you’ll find the donor’s medical history as well.  

How many straws of sperm should I consider purchasing for my desired family size?

Our general rule of thumb is to secure 2-3 straws for one child, depending on your individual choice of method and your age. We always recommend consulting your fertility-provider if you are unsure.

 If you want to have two children using the same donor, you should consider purchasing double and have it stored with us until you’re ready for the next child. We also offer the option to use a donor exclusively for your family. This way, you will make sure, that your future child won’t have any other donor siblings.

Can I choose specific physical or personal characteristics for the donor?

We have a wide selection of donors on our website, carrying a wide variety of physical and personal characteristics. Using our filter system, you can find the donors that match your wishes the most and compare them to each other in the comfort of your home.

What is the cost of purchasing donor sperm, and are there any additional fees?

The price depends on the type of donor and the quality of the sperm – In the donor overview it is easy to find the price for each donor and their straws of various qualities.

Additional fees may include shipping or storing of sperm, pregnancy quota or any additional services such as our exclusive donor service.

Is there a possibility of having siblings with the same donor in the future?

Yes. If you acquire a quota on your desired donor, you will always have the right to use the same donor.

However, if your desired donor’s straws are out of stock you will not be sure you can buy further straws. You can consider our exclusive donor service. With that, you make sure that your chosen donor will not be used to inseminate any other family, securing the stock of their straws.

Do you offer any counseling or support services for individuals or couples considering donor sperm?

At Donor-Network we are always here to help. We offer free non-binding meetings where you can ask all the questions you need, and we are always happy to discuss your concerns regarding your choice of starting a family with donor sperm.

What happens if I want to change donors after starting the process?

It will be possible to change your mind at any time before your insemination. Although, you will only get a refund on your purchased straws if they are still in our storage. Once they have been shipped, it is not possible to send them back, as the product and the shipment process are not suitable for returns.

 

You can read more about our terms and conditions here on our website.

What happens if the donor becomes unavailable in the future?

If the donor becomes unavailable in the future, it’s likely because they reached their limit of pregnancies, or their straws are out of stock. Therefore, we recommend that you secure your desired amount of sperm from the donor, and have it stored for when you’re ready for your child or second child.

Can I use my own doctor for insemination, or do I have to work exclusively with your clinics?

We ship to any health professional, so you can work with whomever you like.