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Also see listings under Dr. Leonard Dourmashkin, Dr. Richard Moss, and Dr. Sharon Diamond. Klingenstein Pavillion is part of Sinai Hospital. https://www.baltimoresun.com/news/bs-xpm-1992-04-26-1992117020-story.html
I was an egg donor while I lived in New York City. The harvest was in November of 1996, and the fertity clinic was Mt. Sinai in NYC. The Dr. was Alan Cooperman. I don't know if I had a donor number. I am willing to contact any offsprings from the donation. Recently, I gave birth to a daughter-conceived through sperm donation/IUI!
Spouse a musician. Also donated to another couple.
Donation sometime prior to January 1991 (7 eggs donated, 5 fertilized, 3 implanted - triplet birth 9/26/91). Delivered by Dr. Michael Brodman at Mt. Sinai Medical Center.
Looking for a sperm donor who was a resident at Mount Sinai in 1986. Donation likely occurred in summer of 1986. My mother worked with Dr Richard Lumiere (whose offices were and still are on Central Part South) for the AI. Donor is likely tall with brown hair and brown eyes. Also looking for any potential siblings.
Looking for a sperm donor who was a resident at Mount Sinai in 1983. Donation likely occurred in summer of 1982. My mother worked with Dr Richard Lumiere. My mother was told donor was 5'6, Italian with blue eyes. Can not be sure if these details are accurate.
Also looking for any potential siblings.
My donor was an MD who provided donations in the late 1940s and early 1950s (before Donor ID#s were required). He probably stopped providing donations around 1954. He worked as a surgeon at Mt Sinai hospital in New York City and DNA evidence from his family members indicates that his name was Robert A Nabatoff. He passed away in 2002.
At this point in time, I have identified two half sisters.
I was born in New York City in 1977. I have been told that I was conceived at Mt. Sinai or the office of Dr. Richard Moss (the doctor involved with the procedure). To the best of my knowledge, the donor was a medical student, resident or doctor. I would like to meet my donor or any potential siblings who might be out there. I look forward to hearing from you.