3 edition of Donor insemination found in the catalog.
Rona Grace Achilles
|Statement||by Rona Achilles.|
|Contributions||Canada. Royal Commission on New Reproductive Technologies.|
|LC Classifications||RG133.5.A23 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 71,  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||71|
Artificial insemination (AI) is the deliberate introduction of sperm into a female's uterus or cervix for the purpose of achieving a pregnancy through in vivo fertilization by means other than . Donor sperm used in the artificial insemination procedure is analyzed for a variety of health conditions and viruses, including HIV and other infections. Current guidelines recommend that the donor .
Fill out the form below to perform a search across the entire registry. You may fill in as many fields as you wish, or leave as many fields blank as you wish. (type in a single word to search for) Donor Information. Donor . Books to Read Look at our recommendations for books to read during your fertility treatment and learn about other's experiences having a donor child. English books: "Relative Strangers: Family Life, Genes and Donor Conception", by Petra Nordqvist and Carol Smart The Choices and Challenges of Donor Insemination.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: 1. International social science perspectives on donor insemination: an introduction / Erica Haimes and Ken Daniels The users of donor insemination / Judith N. Lasker Families created through donor insemination . The insemination was unsuccessful after two tries, so the doctors suggested my mother pick another donor. She selected #, an industry analyst for a semiconductor .
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The book describes a baby conceived by intrauterine insemination using donor sperm. The child is genetically related to the mother and the donor, but not the father. The story does not use the words sperm or egg.
The terms donor, mommy, and daddy are used in the book/5(6). Full of wisdom from medical and mental health experts, Helping the Stork is also enriched with stories from many families who share their insights and experiences. This book is a reassuring, supportive, and helpful guide that no one considering or going through the process of donor insemination /5(21).
Donor insemination is used in situations where a male partner is infertile or in same-sex couples. In the UK the process is regulated by the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority (HFEA) which has established age criteria for donors. Donor Insemination Guide: Written by and for Lesbian Women.
By Marie Mohler & Lacy Frazer. Written especially for lesbians, the “Donor Insemination Guide” helps you smoothen the process of conceiving a child with the use of donor insemination. The team of authors, drawn from a wide range of disciplines, covers Donor insemination book aspects of implementing and organising a successful donor insemination programme.
The volume includes practical information on recruitment, screening and selection of suitable donors; counselling of patients and donors. Artificial procreation with frozen donor semen - the French experience of Cecus D.
Le Lannou and J. Lansac; Statistical analysis of data E. Lamb; Ethical and legal aspects of donor insemination R. Snowden; Developments in donor insemination. A Baby for Mummy: Explaining Artificial Insemination for Young Children by Julie Cavaney (Ages years old) – It’s introduces the concept of a sperm donor conception through artificial insemination (IUI) to children born from sperm donors to single mothers.
This book. A baby conceived by in vitro fertilization using the father’s sperm and a donated egg. The embryo is placed into the uterus of the mother, who then carries and delivers the child.
The child is genetically related to the father and the egg donor, but not the mother. This book. Summary: Our Story - A book for donor conceived children under seven years old explaining about their origins. This is one of a series of books and this book is for mum and dad families who have used egg donation.
This book is relevant for those who have used known, identifiable and anonymous donors. Donor insemination. At-Home Insemination with Donor Sperm A common reason for individuals considering at-home insemination is that they are using donor sperm.
When working with anonymous, prescreened donors Author: Rebecca Matthews, Phd. If you are the biological parent you have rights and responsibilities. Only going through a donor agency which does all the legal stuff, a physician (I am trying to figure out how to involve a.
A variety of editions exist, including for sperm donation, IVF, and donor insemination, among others. The books are written specifically for children ages two through six.
They use age. Children’s Books on Donor Sperm Reproduction: Let me explain: A story about donor insemination By Jane T. Schnitter, Joanne Bowring.
A little girl explains how she was conceived through artificial insemination and that although she has genes from her mother and a donor.
Couples who used donor sperm were advised to have sex before and after the insemination, to intentionally introduce an element of ambiguity. It was simply assumed that Author: Ruth Franklin.
Books shelved as artificial-insemination: The Doctor and the Diva by Adrienne McDonnell, Koirapuisto by Sofi Oksanen, Kahden isän Ebba by Riikka Ala-Harj.
This book has been written for parents who have used donor insemination to build their families and also for those considering whether the donor insemination option is the right option for them.
The parents who share their stories in this book. There is another way, the doctor tells them, and here the book introduces children to the term and the concept of “donor insemination.” This book would seem to take a purely. A book that can be put together in different ways to cover IVF, IVF with ICSI, IVF with Donor Sperm, IVF with Donor Egg, donor insemination, donor embryos and frozen embryo transfers.
It tells the story of a couple that led unfulfilled lives before the birth of their child through donor. It has also been urged that the attitude of women toward the use of donor eggs or donor sperms is alike, but men are more open to the use of donor eggs than donor sperms.
Furthermore, “a secret insemination. Building a Family with the Assistance of Donor Insemination Author Ken Daniels This is THE book for any couple or individual contemplating building a family with the assistance of sperm. free natural insemination has members. Experienced N.I. donor, located in Destin, Florida –yeah, it’s tough, but somebody’s gotta do it!–.The books recommended above are excellent and have much more thorough advice on how to go about this!
Other great resources for home insemination tips and advise: - one couple's take on how to inseminate at home using a known donor 4/5(1).Originally donor insemination was only offered to married couples who were experiencing infertility.
Today, infertile couples are only one of the many diverse family types we serve. Single women are increasingly choosing to have children on their own with the help of donor .