In this book, you will meet me, Emma, and my family. I share my story of being a donor child, how it has impacted my life, my parents’ involuntary childlessness, and how we have dealt with donor conception in my family. Today, my parents have three children, all of whom have come into the world through fertility treatments. Our story is not unique. Many couples worldwide have difficulty having children and this means that up to every 10th child is born with the help of fertility treatments. I have invited leading Danish specialists to put my personal story in perspective with their knowledge of fertility treatment, choice of donor, relationships and family life.
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.