Kyle is a private donor who claims to have helped dozens of couples and single women conceive children by contributing his own genetic material. He claims to have fathered 40+ babies over the past eight years - with 11 more children on the way, including four in the UK and Sweden. The self-proclaimed “fertility expert” also claims to have more knowledge and experience than most fertility doctors and a higher success rate than cryobanks.

“I feel it’s reckless,” says Dr. Daniel Potter, a board-certified reproductive endocrinologist and fertility specialist. He says that ethical cryobanks in the U.S. don’t permit donors to contribute their genetic material to more than ten families nationwide, due to the potential risk of future generations who are genetically related, “unwittingly entering into a consanguineous relationship which would result in children having a higher incidence of genetic diseases.”

Watch the video above to find out why Kyle claims that won’t happen with the families he’s donated to. And later, the general supervisor at a Seattle area cryobank weighs in on the FDA’s risk assessment criteria for private donors and why Kyle may not be meeting those standards.

This episode of Dr. Phil, “30 with 40 Kids – I’m a ‘Fertility Expert!’” airs Thursday. Check your local listing to find out where to watch.

This program contains sexual content. Viewer discretion advised.

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