So let me start by saying we're on our secod IUI and I find out 7/25 if it worked or not. So my husband and I found out around my birthday that he has a missin chromosome which inables him to prduce any sperm at all, so we had to pick a donor. My husband is perfectly fine with it, he says that he's not gonna dwell on it, there's no magic pill tp make hime have sperm so it is what it is. I on the other hand am up and down about this but what can I do? I'm upset that my child will not have the features or the talent that their father has. The first IUI was done with no medication cause there's nothing wrong with me, it didn't work. The doctors office was horrid, they were very rushy with us and wasn't very informative and the hell we had to go through to get our OWN medical records was RIDICULOUS!!! The counsler looked down on us and lectured us because we decided we weren't going to tell our child about the donor sperm. Is there anyone out there going through wat I'm going through? HELP!!View Thread
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