A Donor Insemination Guide: Written by and for Lesbian Women

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Alice Street Editions, Harrington Park Press, 2002 - Medical - 105 pages
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Proven Techniques For Lesbians Who Want To Encourage A Safe And Loving Conception; Conceiving a child together is an act of love. But when doctors, medical staff, sperm banks, donors and a deep-freeze get in on the act, it can become somewhat stressful. Now, written especially for lesbians, A Donor Insemination Guide smoothes the way by sharing the experiences of other lesbian women who have successfully conceived using donor insemination, Revealing what many doctors don't tell you about the practical details and emotional aspects of this intimate process, A Donor Insemination Guide offers readers the information they need to make wise choices, including: The pros and cons of known and unknown donors. Essential legal considerations. Choosing donor methods. The possible emotional effects on the relationship. Tips for dealing with the medical establishment. And more!

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Mohler and Frazer are life partners and the coparents of children conceived through donor insemination. This book blends their recollections with practical advice for lesbians who wish to conceive ... Read full review

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