Hi my partner and I are a lesbian couple from NSW. We have a referral for Fertility First NSW. We are wanting to use an unknown donor imported from the US. This is not really our issue, my main concern is the strict 5 women recipient maximum that NSW law has. What is the best way to ensure that my partner can use the same donor a few years down the track, as I am the one who is going to be pregnant first. should we buy in bulk? should we travel to another state or country? or in there a way that we can ensure this in NSW? Any help would be greatly appreciated...
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13-09-2012 11:04 #1Junior Member
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13-09-2012 11:06 #2
Don't quote me on this, but I think if you get pregnant using that donor you can buy/reserve the rest? I have my first appt at FF on Tuesday, I will be asking this then!
I know Fertility East at Bondi allow you to buy vials of sperm to store for future use.
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