Re: There is a heart breaking story to this,Do they allow singles with own doner?

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Posted by julie on July 09, 19100 at 07:53:49:

In Reply to: There is a heart breaking story to this,Do they allow singles with own doner? posted by Jeanne on July 09, 19100 at 02:10:51:

: I am so sorry to hear that you lost your two little babies so young. My heart & prayers go out to you.. But an answer to your question. I am not totally sure but I would think that Yes you can have donor without being married. Just take Melissa Ethridge/Julie they had a baby with a donor male part (neil young) and they aren't married. Also I think alot of Leisban women go this route because they want children but don't share in the same heterosexual relationship like us. Just a thought.. But I would have to guess YES!

I was 19 had a tubal, at a little over 20 my children were killed in a house fire.My now ex was retired
: milatary I checked into reversal but unsucessfully
: they could not reverse.Went on a invetro wait list
: because I was a good candidate.Mean why he decided he
: wanted some one else so I left him.Since his reason
: was heart breaking to me for his act of cruelty.I still desire children I am now 25yrs. old I have had
: a couple of close freinds who to some may seem twisted
: offer their assistance with the male doner part with no strings attached if it can be done w-out being married.And I can find some kind of help with funding.
: Their reasoning behind it is simply they think I am to young to go through life not ever getting to know the
: joys of motherhood again.I get so sad some times because I miss my little boy and girl.He was 3yrs.and
: she was 16mos old.And to tell you the truth I have almost given up on ever haveing the chance of experiencing that joy again if I can't find anything
: out.Or get some help with it.Please if any one knows
: anything about this let me know.I'll be checking the
: postigs from time to time.

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