New Female Looking for Advice

    by Temi      .      26 Aug 2021

    Hi there,
    I am very new to this process.
    The original plan was to start with my GP, however, because I am single and haven't been trying with a partner, my situation was deemed not his problem, which was disheartening, to say the least. And surely that is a form of prejudice too?
    I have looked on websites and forums, and not going to lie, freaked out by the number of male donors and co-parents that 'prefer' or exclusively offer NI.
    What is the best and safest way to begin this process and what are the challenges have you faced?

    Thank you in advance.

    2 Replies

    Temi on 26 Aug 2021

    Hi there,
    I am very new to this process.
    The original plan was to start with my GP, however, because I am single and haven't been trying with a partner, my situation was deemed not his problem, which was disheartening, to say the least. And surely that is a form of prejudice too?
    I have looked on websites and forums, and not going to lie, freaked out by the number of male donors and co-parents that 'prefer' or exclusively offer NI.
    What is the best and safest way to begin this process and what are the challenges have you faced?

    Thank you in advance.

    Moscow on 05 Sep 2021

    You would be surprised on he amount of men that would use a persons desire or desperation just to get a free lay as some people would call it.
    Before choosing a potential donor I think it is better to have some sort of connection.
    Always insist on STD checks and ask about family history.
    Don’t discount on any delivery method NI PI or AI it would depend on the situation and any connection between you and the donor.

    Estobar on 08 Sep 2021

    Is is evident that for many people it is a game, for many men a way to get a little sex with someone different, I have also seen that many women only look for a semen donor. in either case it is not questionable whether both parties agree. But what about the child? What happens when he grows up and starts asking questions about the father? that is heartbreaking to live it and I will tell you in the first person. I am here because I want to be a co-father but I want to participate in the evolution and life of my son, if there is a relationship it is also welcome, in your case I recommend that you go after your dream but; If you are young, it is better to try a relationship with family values ​​so that this education can be passed on to the next generation. If you want to talk.


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