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I am a donor-conceived female who was conceived via artificial insemination in March of 1992 and was born prematurely in October of 1992. My efforts to obtain my donor number from UNC Andrology have been unsuccessful thus far, but I still want to find my donor and any half-siblings I might have.
History, aviation, model building, science hobbyist.
Began donating to the UNC Andrology Lab in 1985; ceased donating circa 1990. Married, 1992. Resumed donating briefly, 1992-93. Two children with spouse.
I have had my DNA analyzed by Family Tree DNA. I AM LISTED WITH THEIR "FAMILY FINDER" SERVICE, SO IF YOU ARE A UNC ANDROLOGY LAB CHILD, CHECK WITH FAMILY TREE DNA TO SEE IF WE GET A MATCH. (added 5/1/2019
I played varsity soccer for UNC on a full scholarship during my time there. I am unsure of the exact dates of my donations but it was sometime between 1983 and 1987. I am interested in connecting with donor offspring who want to learn more about their biological father as well as family and medical history.
I found this donor! If you have children from this donor, please contact me as I am anxious to know if my son has any half-siblings. I believe that other pregnancies occurred from this donor as he was not available two years later when I went back for his brother. He was born in Robeson County, NC. His father was from Boston and his mother was from Wilson, NC
Donor had 3 sisters and 1 brother living at the time of donation. His father had Parkinson's disease. He was right handed and had a medium build. He also had a brother that died at 4 days "blue baby". Worked in a lab on and off for three years.
I found this donor! If this was your donor, please contact me as my son would then have other half-siblings. If you don't know your donor's number, then call the androgony lab at UNC and they will give it to you by using your SSN and date(s) of inseminations. They will also send you copies of the information form that your donor filled out which will at least give you some medical background and other information.
My child was conceived in 2003 and born in 2004. The donor indicated he had several graduate degrees, in biochemistry, law....I believe he was a medical student at the time.
Jan 25 2004
Updated on 11/17/18
Started donating 1998.
Stopped donating 2004.
Donor #928. My son's donor was a student at UNC Chapel Hill in the law department and probably donating sometime between 1998 and 2004. He is of average height and weight, with reddish blonde hair.
My fertility clinic was REACH in Charlotte, NC, and they used samples from the UNC Andrology clinic for inseminations. They have been unwilling or unable to give me a donor number. I was unsuccessful in attaining a donor number from the UNC Andrology Clinic.
My son has undergone DNA testing at FamilyTreeDNA, Ancestry and 23andMe.