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The fertility world a multi-billion dollar industry, run by so-called professionals we put our trust in? But should we? there is a lot about the IVF world that they don't want us to know about while controlling us with fear. We explore alternative avenues and speak to various guests and listen to their stories. For more information http://www.spermdonationworld.com

Sperm Donation World Adam Hooper

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The fertility world a multi-billion dollar industry, run by so-called professionals we put our trust in? But should we? there is a lot about the IVF world that they don't want us to know about while controlling us with fear. We explore alternative avenues and speak to various guests and listen to their stories. For more information http://www.spermdonationworld.com

    From Being Inspired to Becoming the Inspirer

    From Being Inspired to Becoming the Inspirer

    Michael Rixon 29, from Victoria, was featured in a Herald Sun article representing the Sperm Donation Australia community, his contribution can be seen as a way of giving back to the community that has brought him so much joy in an altruistic sense. It was 3 years ago that Michael came across a story in the Age, he read that inspired him to go down the pathway of becoming a donor himself, he has currently successfully helped 7 families and wants to share some of the magic he has gotten from the experience thus far.

    Michael represents a growing trend in our society of men wanting to achieve career dreams of rising the corporate ladder. With that comes the sacrifice of having his own family, which makes logical sense of preferring to help others with more current dedication towards parenthood. He shares with us, his setup and some of the relationships and friendships he has established from being a donor.

    For more information about this episode visit:

    https://ivfdonationworld.com/episode-74/⁠

    • 1 tim. 40 min
    Episode 73: Break up with Husband and Requiring a Donor for Baby Number 2

    Episode 73: Break up with Husband and Requiring a Donor for Baby Number 2

    Sylvia, 35, from Brisbane, Queensland was married for 13 years, spent the early years laying the foundations building a house together and travelling before starting a family. Entering their 30s it was time to start this chapter and they had a baby boy however relationship-wise, it didn't go to plan the stresses of it all the lack of understanding and the inability to navigate through it successfully spelled doom for their relationship with her ex then moving out, even marriage counselling to salvage their relationship failed.


    Sylvia was an only child from a small family she always knew that her family would be incomplete with one child. She even asked her ex if he could be a donor for a sibling, which he declined. The only option was to use a donor due to the complications and duress with her ex, she didn't elect to pick a known donor because of the fear of further complications. She shares her brave journey and doing what it takes to add to her family unit and move on from a long-term relationship.

    For more information about this website visit https://ivfdonationworld.com/episode-73/

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    Episode 72: Faced With Picking A Different Donor For Baby Number 2

    Episode 72: Faced With Picking A Different Donor For Baby Number 2

    Jenele Riley 33, from the North Western Suburbs of Victoria embarked on the known donor route with her partner and she gave birth to her daughter in December 2020. It was a first-cycle success via Ai, right on the cusps of the COVID lockdowns which shut down the country and made her pregnancy journey support-wise a bit more challenging, with the restriction side of things.



    Later in September 2023, she gave birth to a baby boy, however, due to her donor having a negative experience with other recipients and combined with a busy stage of his life he was no longer available to provide a sibling, which led to them back to the drawing board. Having strong family values and after exploring how donor-conceived adults feel it was important for them to find another open and transparent donor. She shares their story on how all this works, as well as some tips on how they conceived first, time both times.


    To find more information about this episode please visit

    https://ivfdonationworld.com/episode-72/

    • 1 tim. 7 min
    Episode 71: From Melbourne to Perth to have a Baby

    Episode 71: From Melbourne to Perth to have a Baby

    The decision was made to board a plane and head out west to Perth to try for a baby, which resulted in a first-cycle success. With roughly 6 weeks to go before the due date Pia shares of her pregnancy journey that included brutal morning sickness not to mention a gender reveal that went horribly wrong and left her in the hospital for a couple of days.



    To find out more about this episode please visit
    https://ivfdonationworld.com/episode-71-from-melbourne-to-perth-to-have-a-baby/

    • 1 tim. 9 min
    Episode 70: Fertility Vitamins and Supplements

    Episode 70: Fertility Vitamins and Supplements

    Kenn Israel who lives between Uzbekistan and California has over 3 decades of experience in dietary supplements, functional food, and natural products. He is the founder and manager of Innovation Nutrition Consulting LLC, in other words, he is the full bottle when it comes to the importance of understanding this innovative field of expertise and I tracked him down to share his words of wisdom to our community.

    We speak about a large number of fertile vitamins and supplements on the market, we explore options for those experiencing Poly Cystic Ovary Syndrome and what they can take to restore balance. What Vitamins do you have to stop taking once pregnant that could become harmful? How Do you identify and pick the best prenatal vitamin? What's the difference between folic acid vs folate? What are other key active forms ingredients that actually make a prenatal effective? All this and more a must listen to those who are serious about their fertility and the baby's health.



    For more information about this episode and to source all of the vitamins and supplements mentioned on this podcast please visit.

    https://ivfdonationworld.com/episode-70-fertility-vitamins-and-supplements/

    • 1 tim. 44 min
    Episode 69: The Donor Sibling Registry

    Episode 69: The Donor Sibling Registry

    Wendy Kramer is the Co-Founder of the Donor Sibling Registry which was formed in 2000 because there was a gap in the market that was starting to emerge and curious people were seeking answers or seeking connections. She was that parent back in a time when doctors told their patients to lie about their child's origin to go against the grain. Transparency was key in her mind and her son Ryan first asked about his origin at the age of 2 which set the ball rolling on how she was going to prepare for this road ahead.

    Over the past 2 decades, Wendy has dedicated her life to donor-conceived people, she shares her stories and the studies that have taken place within her 89,000 community, and she continues to produce educational resources in a working week that consists of 70 hours plus. In this episode, she shares her vast array of knowledge and shares her thoughts on where the sperm banks are failing us.



    For more information about Wendy Kramer and the Donor Sibling Registry visit this episode's link.

    https://ivfdonationworld.com/episode-69-the-donor-sibling-registry/

    • 3 tim. 16 min

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