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The Fertility and Reproductive Health Center of Annandale, VA has merged with this place.
Annandale, VA: 703-658-3100
Reston, VA: 703-481-1500
Leesburg, VA: 703-723-9544
Hagerstown, MD: 301-665-4608
Rockville, MD: 240-314-0600
Donation was made in late 1970s in Washington, DC. My mom purchased sperm in 1978. Donor was a dental student at time of donation. Donor was from New Jersey and I was told he returned to New Jersey after completion of dental school to start his practice. His parents were 49 (dad) and 47 (mom) at time of his donation. They were both noted to be in good health except for arthritis in his mom. Donation was made at Washington Fertility Study Center (WFSC). WFSC has now closed. Records from WFSC have been transferred to the Fertility and Reproductive Health Center of Annandale Virginia which has merged with Washington Fertility Center - thus my post under this clinic. I have also posted on WFSC due to the above. I do not have a donor number.
I was also a donor at the Fairfax CyroBank/Genetics IVF in Virginia and am listed there as Donor #169.
My stats are a little different as I was not sure what they would be for here so tried to update them. On the Fairfax Message Board, I was able to go by what was found under the 169 # from a Fairfax_1992_Apr list that had those stats.
In trying to redo the info form there I thought it would have included that I wore glasses, have allergies, one sister adopted, Mother/Father alive, all grandparents deceased. Father's Mother of Cancer, Mother's Mother of heart attack, and think Mother's Father of stroke.
Fairly sure they didn't ask for any photos.