Why married women use sperm banks
Pros and cons of at-home donor conception
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Woman confesses she married husband to use him as sperm donor so she could finally become a mum
Description:At 39, newly single and with Christmas just days away, I went to see Dr Marie Wren at the Lister on the recommendation of family friends to find out about sperm donation. Australia When Hannah's marriage broke down, she was left with a great sadness she may never have a second child. It is possible to be sad about the child you did not have and to embrace and love the child that you will have. The donor may always lurk in the shadows as he holds the DNA trump card. When diagnosed with infertility both men and women may feel overcome by depression, anxiety, shame, anger, and grief. Sex is important to me, but I soon realised Nat suffered from premature ejaculation. In actuality, the road that may bring you to donor insemination is winding and bumpy, and couples are confronted with feelings of loss and grief at every turn.