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Running, Volleyball, Golf, Bowling, Writing, and Board Games.
Very Fair complexion. I tend to burn easily in the sun and have many things that turn my face red that seem to be hereditary. Shellfish, red wine, stress, physical over-exertion and cigarette smoke are the larger triggers. Very strong math skills in every generation of my family as well.
This might be unusual, but I am posting on behalf of my late father.
I am the biological (and familial/social) child of a man that became a sperm donor in 1976 when I was age 7 and my brother was 13. I believe he initially began donating as a way to make some extra money, but he and my mother both felt they were helping people who were having difficulty with starting a family.
I am trying to think of what information my father would have relayed to his doctor at that time.I do not know what information would have appeared in his description at that clinic, if any.
Medium build. Donated locally at the Fertility Testing Lab, part of the Philadelphia Fertility Institute. He had 1 brother, 2 sisters, parents both living and in good health at time of donation. Maybe 26-27 at time of donation.