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    Quote Originally Posted by midnite01 View Post
    Heard back from my fs in capetown. He was happy with those results as progestrone low which it should be. He's happy to proceed.
    Phew. What a relief! Best of luck xx

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    I have a question for the single ladies who did double donor in SA. What did you do about the paperwork eg birth certificate, for Centrelink etc to show bubs has a sperm donor? Did CFC provide this and if so did it reference egg donor too or just sperm donor?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Risa78 View Post
    I have a question for the single ladies who did double donor in SA. What did you do about the paperwork eg birth certificate, for Centrelink etc to show bubs has a sperm donor? Did CFC provide this and if so did it reference egg donor too or just sperm donor?

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    Hi @Risa78 you dont need to list "father" on birth certificate. There is an option to tick on birth registration forms you get from the hospital that child is the result of "assisted reproductive technology". You don't have to tick it though if you dont want to. If it were to claim single mother benefits from centrelink id assume you could just say "father" is unknown or you would have the paperwork from overseas fertility centre to prove sperm donor was used, if they asked for it. Not sure on that though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gorgeousgeorge View Post
    Hi @Risa78 you dont need to list "father" on birth certificate. There is an option to tick on birth registration forms you get from the hospital that child is the result of "assisted reproductive technology". You don't have to tick it though if you dont want to. If it were to claim single mother benefits from centrelink id assume you could just say "father" is unknown or you would have the paperwork from overseas fertility centre to prove sperm donor was used, if they asked for it. Not sure on that though.
    Thanks hon. Unfortunately it’s a bit more complicated than that for us solo mums so we do need to provide paperwork.

    Keen to hear what the other solo mums did?

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    Late next week. Just hoping lining scan ok on Friday then good to go.


 

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