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  1. I have two books on sperm donation that I purchased last year when I was going thru IVF. They were highly recommended to me.

    Sperm Donor Offspring Identity and Other Experiences by Lynne W Spencer .
    It is brand new. I never read it. Lists for $16.99 on Amazon. I am selling it for $10

    Product Description
    Sperm Donor Offspring: Identity and Other Experiences explores the universal life experiences of adult donor offspring, people conceived from the use of anonymous sperm donation. The knowledge we gain from the sperm donor descendants themselves about their life experiences is relevant for donor offspring and families, medical personnel, counselors, educators, and for policy and regulation of donor insemination and other reproductive technologies.

    Helping the Stork: The Choices and Challenges of Donor Insemination. It is used but in very good condition.
    It lists on Amazon for $18.57, I am selling it for $10.

    Product Description
    Helping the Stork The sourcebook for all the information parents-to-be need to know about the choices and challenges of donor insemination Each year donor insemination (DI) offers a pathway to parenthood for the hundreds of thousands who turn to family-building alternatives. Although DI is considered as often as adoption, couples facing male infertility, as well as single women and lesbian couples, have had few places to turn for information about this method, which has been shrouded in secrecy. In Helping the Stork, parents-to-be, as well as friends and family, doctors, and counselors, can explore the choices and challenges raised by this alternative to overcoming childlessness. This comprehensive handbook moves through each step of the process: reaching a solid decision about whether donor insemination is the best choice for a family's future; handling the difficult issue of privacy; selecting a donor and getting started; and learning to thrive as a family meeting DI's added challenges. 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 should be without.

    If anyone is interested please let me know.

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