In a groundbreaking 20-year study, researchers have discovered that children conceived through third-party donation, such as gamete donation, enjoy well-adjusted family relationships. Despite the absence of a biological link between children and their parents, mother-child relationships remain unaffected, and psychological adjustment in young adulthood is not compromised. This study provides valuable insights into the long-term effects of various assisted reproductive technologies (ART) on parenting and child development. It emphasizes the significance of disclosing biological origins to children at an early age to foster healthy family relationships.
Navigating Family Dynamics in Donor Conception: Vital Tips for Parents Parents of donor-conceived children may experience a range of emotions as they build their families. Emotions such as loss, joy, excitement, anxiety, fear, or confusion can be overwhelming. The parents’ main aim is to support their children’s happiness, success, and closeness, but they may project […]
Donor conception, also known as third-party reproduction, is the use of donated gametes (eggs or sperm) or embryos to create a pregnancy. It is a growing option for individuals and couples who are struggling to conceive naturally due to infertility or other medical issues. Here are 7 facts about donor conception that you may not […]
Learn more about the first page of the book my parents created to tell me about my donor conception. I hope that other people might get inspired by the love and information my parents put in this book
My most important piece of advice for recipient parents is to tell early and maybe make a book to explain to the child their conception story from early age. Here I show and explain the one my parents made me that made to understand my conception.
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What is it like being donor-conceived? How do you cope with it in the family? What is important to know?
My dad and I made a live video with the purpose of talking about my conception and his experience with infertility
I recently participated on The Stork and I podcast with Mel who is a SMBC. We had a lovely chat about my conception story, thoughts on donor conception in general and many other related topics.
Give it a listen and let me know your thoughts in the comments below!
Fertility physiotherapy is Anne Sofie’s field of expertise. Her intention is to help and guide patients in physiotherapy regarding female mechanical infertility and explain why this might appear.
Did a live Chat with a Q&A where my mother and I answerd questions about our thoughts and feelings of my donor conception