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. I have absolutely no information on my biological father. I do know that the Dr. Holly from Mt. Sinai in Milwaukee, WI is the one who conducted the artificial insemination. I am caucasian, 6'3, Green eyes, brown hair, 170 lbs, with a tan skin complexion. If anyone could help me with finding my biological father I would be forever in your debt.
All I know of my donor is that he was a Med School student (intern?) at the Medical College of Wisconsin. He was fairly tall (probably 6'?), the nurses loved him, his name may have been "Bobby". He was blood type A+, A- AB+ or AB-. The insemination would've had to take place in early-to-mid 1987, so donation would've had to be before that.
Donor was supposed to match the physical characteristics of my mother's husband at the time: White male, tall height of at least 6 feet, brown hair, blue or light color eyes. May have been a student at the University of Madison medical school.
I am a sperm donor conceived girl born June 27, 1984. The doctor who performed the insemination's name was Dr. Sander Shapiro. I don't know anything about the donor besides that he was meant to resemble my father, Caucasian, 5'10"ish, blond hair. The donor could have been a medical student.
The sperm was from the donor sperm program run by Dr. Sander Shapiro. Donor attended Medical School at the University of Wisconsin Madison from 1990 to 1994. I am currently 22 years old and am going to be a grad student at UW myself next year. If you are my donor or if you think you are please reach out, at this stage in my life I dont really need a father or anything along those lines from you, I'm mainly only looking for answers to questions that can help me figure out who I am and where Im supposed to go next.
I was a sperm donor at the Women's Endocrine Service in the University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinics in Madison, Wisconsin from 1986 to 1992, but many of my donations were frozen for possible later use. My donor number was 97. My blood type is A-. Causasian, 6'2", brown hair, green eyes. MBA in International Business.
Updated on 05/08/19
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