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Choosing a sperm donor can be overwhelming. Here's how some women navigated it

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After exploring conventional NHS options and realising she faced a potential wait, she started looking for other ways of how she could have a baby without getting into a relationship. Sophie, who lives in Wales, describes the groups as like a 'for sale' site in a way, because there's so many people trying to sell themselves. The check up was clear and they arranged to meet. But Sophie said she called the meeting off after the donor began pressuring her into having sex. She persevered and met another man who got in touch with her through the group.

The only problem? She looked like her mother, Sarah, but had the alike temperament as her father, George: appease, unflustered, kind. Then her father died. There was a dispute over his will, and that led her care for to call and tell her a bite that made the ground dissolve below her feet. George had had a vasectomy long before Catherine was instinctive. She and her brother had been donor conceived in Harley Street using the sperm of two different dull men.

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