Donor Conceived Adults: Personal Stories

We are very grateful to all those who have taken the time to write about their personal experiences of donor conception and issues relating to it. These stories are invaluable in helping to share common feelings around complex issues. Reading about how others have dealt with things is often very reassuring.

Use the drop-down options to search for particular story types. And if you would like to contribute your own story, please do get in touch with us.

Personal Stories Topic

by Janice Stevens Botsford, Michigan, USA

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In 1945 my father, a surgeon in the United States, arranged for my mother to undergo this procedure at the University of Chicago Medical School. After the second world war DI was introduced as a new technique.

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Bill Cordray is an American now in his sixties who was told he was donor conceived when he was 37.

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By Ellie, age 10 and three-quarters

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Shirley and her half-sibling Becky presented their stories to a DCN national meeting several years ago (Ed. 2014)

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Becky and her half-sibling Shirley presented their stories to a DCN national meeting several years ago (Ed. 2014)

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Some of you have met Sam, my DI conceived oldest son, who has helped at Network Meetings for several years now. In the past he has joined me in being a speaker but he usually helps out with the library and book stall.

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At a National Meeting Alison told the moving story of how she handled her daughter's questions about egg donation.

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