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I am an admin on a sperm donor group on Facebook. I am also a donor with dozens of kids. I find women looking to use a donor often ask the same questions. So do men who want to be a donor. I often have to write the answers many times. No doubt some people asking the questions can't always find the answers later. So I have tried to collect together in one location all the answers to the questions people ask most frequently about donation, so that I can easily refer people to the books and they can go back to those books later if they forget. Good luck to all in their journey.
on Nov. 03, 2013 :
For couples with male fertility problems, or women who don't have a male partner, in the past their only option to conceive a baby was a fertility clinic. But fertility clinics are expensive and often not covered by insurance. This book covers a viable, inexpensive alternative: private donors who are willing to share their sperm for free.
This book discusses the various issues around using a private donor, and then gets very practical - it describes where to find a donor, what to ask them, how to know when to perform an insemination, and how to go about doing it. This guide covers the steps involved in using a donor who is located elsewhere and who ships chilled semen using an overnight delivery service. Everything you need to know in a simple, practical manner.
Note that another alternative is to find a donor who is located nearby and who can give you a fresh sample, and eliminate the shipping step. If you can find a local donor, that is an even better solution as the sample will be fresher and you eliminate the costs and restrictions of shipping. Most of the information in this guide will still apply.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)
on Oct. 23, 2013 :
Good book! Very easy to read :)
(reviewed the day of purchase)