Thank you. I wouldn't give up hope just yet Cranberry. You're still in your tww right? And the cramping could be implantation. I'm keeping my fingers crossed for you. That goes for you too Brandi. I have my fc for both of you. Hope we start getting some bfps in here!
@Bluberri: AI has always been on the cards for me. It just makes sense. I hope you feel comfortable enough to post here. Everyone's lovely. and if you have any donation related questions or just fancy a chat, please dont hesitate to inbox me.
Hi. Can I come join your thread? I didn't realise that there were so many people planning to go it alone on here.
I'm single, 27 years old and a student. I plan to start TTC next spring, starting at some point between March and June, depending on whether I can get a job straight after qualifying.
I have been looking in to sperm banks in Denmark because of their anonymous donors. I was thinking self insemination, but have also started looking into clinics over there to see if they treat women from England.
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