Serial sperm donor who has fathered 50 children and has 15 more on the way claims he is so popular because his donations are ‘free’ and he likes to ‘get to know’ the people he helps

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  • 30-year-old California sperm donor Kyle Gordy has given birth to 50 babies
  • Says his services are popular because he is free and meets people face-to-face
  • Credits her vitamin-rich diet to help give her super sperm

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A prolific sperm donor who has given birth to 50 children said she has 15 more children ‘on the way’.

Kyle Gordy, 31, of Los Angeles, Calif., provides his sperm to single moms and heterosexual couples who are struggling to conceive on their own.

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He promotes his services through social media – which are free, and instead of going through a sperm bank, he gives his semen directly to women.

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Kyle Gordy, 30, from California has given birth to 50 babies worldwide and 15 more to be born soon

One of the many families Kyle has helped: a gay couple (pictured) who used Kyle's sperm to conceive a tall child

One of the many families Kyle has helped: a gay couple (pictured) who used Kyle’s sperm to conceive a tall child

Kyle has given birth to 50 children so far.  Pictured above is another couple who used their own sperm to have a baby

Kyle has given birth to 50 children so far. Pictured above is another couple who used their own sperm to have a baby

Kyle explained that some people are uncomfortable using sperm banks because donors are anonymous, meaning new parents will know nothing about the person who gave birth to their child, so they Instead, turn to him.

He said: ‘I believe I am so popular because they may know me, whereas this is not the case in the sperm bank. I am open with people, very trustworthy and there are many women who can vouch for me as well.

‘I always try to approach people rather than bring them to myself and I am very serious about all the trials.’

Kyle credits a range of supplements, such as zinc, vitamin B12, vitamin E and royal jelly, as keys to his productive sperm.

Kyle credits a range of supplements, such as zinc, vitamin B12, vitamin E and royal jelly, as keys to his productive sperm.

As a professional giver, Kyle also takes great care of his diet, focusing on fresh vegetables and wild tuna along with a glass or two of red wine.

As a professional giver, Kyle also takes great care of his diet, focusing on fresh vegetables and wild tuna along with a glass or two of red wine.

Kyle is tested for pregnancy-threatening STIs and other issues up to five times a year.

He continued: ‘Most people only get tested once a year, whereas I usually do these tests five times a year.

‘I’m a professional, because I explain this procedure very clearly how to do it, as well as how fertile I am and, therefore, the more likely they are to get pregnant. I am better than a bank because I am all about quality.

They claim that their vitamin-rich diet helps with their sperm count. He takes zinc, multivitamins and fish oil.

‘Red wine is actually quite good for you, as it has many potentials that help with sperm donation, so I allow myself to have a glass or two in moderation,’ he said.

Kyle believes that their sperm is a better product and that is why it is so popular with families that are desperate to conceive

Kyle believes that their sperm is a better product and that is why it is so popular with families that are desperate to conceive

‘I’m still figuring out what foods I can find that I can enjoy, but are also good for fertility. I focus on wild-caught tuna, vegetables and especially royal jelly, which is a secretion of nurse bees and fed to the queens to help them feed.’

Gordy is now providing sperm to an IVF clinic in the Philippines which takes him to the US to donate.

He said: ‘I would create a profile for myself, which they would put online, along with some pictures and my answers from a basic questionnaire.

‘If I’m chosen, I’m likely to make two donations at once and it’s really easy because all the routine tests I do, such as sperm count and for STDs, will be done in the clinic. ‘

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