Fertility clinic

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For some survivors, this is the only way they can become biological parents.
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The Missouri legislature is currently considering the enactment of legislation that would define frozen embryos as human life.
Parents can, and should put the needs and desires of their children to seek out and connect with half siblings and/or donors, above their own fears. This is the ultimate sacrifice that parents make for their children. It is also the greatest gift we can give to our children, and to ourselves.
Women like me face Mother's Day with shades of shame, despair and silence. So, I would like to take this opportunity to speak up and share with those who know someone who has infertility or are experiencing it themselves. Here is what I wish someone had told me about about the disease.
If it were a movie you wouldn't believe it: One family in Salt Lake City is processing what happened after a DNA test revealed that their daughter's biological father isn't the man who raised her.
The fertility center doesn't have a sperm bank so you need to bring your own. It reminds me of the restaurants where you can bring your own bottle of wine and they charge you a corking fee.
I'm not freezing an embryo to increase my chances of having a child, not even if Ryan Gosling walked into the clinic right now and offered to donate his sperm to me. Then again...
In my imagination, I always thought having a biological child or adopting one would equally fulfill the mother in me. Or at least that is what I thought until a few weeks ago.