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I was conceived via sperm donor in mid October of 1984 at Dr. Scott's clinic at the U of A Hospital.
My sperm donor was 8-10 minutes late for the appointment and he told the nurse to tell my mother something along the lines of "I wish her all the best/I hope it works for her". Apparently he was blonde with blue eyes and practiced medicine (doctor?).
I am 5'7 with a round face, blue eyes, naturally kiny/wavy hair that is dark blonde/light brown in colour.
Outdoor sports, hiking, camping, xc skiing, riding and raising horses, hay farming, cooking, reading, scrabble.
I donated sperm between 1989 and 1991 through Dr Chadsey's program at the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.
I am healthy and continue to practice family medicine in Alberta. I have four healthy children, all with university educations who are 25-boy, 33-boy, 35-girl and 38-girl. I have three grandchildren, 2 1/2-boy, 5-girl and 8-girl.
I live in the rural Alberta area north of Edmonton on a farm.
I am open to contact with those who have knowledge that they were conceived through Dr Chadsey's program in Edmonton.
Note from DSR: In 2021 the donor said this: "That 1991 is an error.
I started donating probably in my first or second year of medical school which was in 1968 or 1969.
It probably ended in 1970 or 1971 when my clinical studies would have made me more unavailable.
I graduated in 1973 & went into an internship outside of Edmonton & & then family medicine in northern Alberta. No donations could have been made after 1973 at the very latest. "
Donor's last name may be Petrisor or his mother's maiden name was Petrisor
Some potential collateral information:
My mother stated that Dr. Scott informed her that the donor had 4 children. The donor and his wife had difficulty having their first child and received fertility assistance from Dr. Scott. The donor then decided to donate to help others. So... the donor would have had 4 children as of 1982. This may or may not be accurate information, but my mother told me this evening and I don't recall her ever mentioning this.
No information available - donor records were not kept and/or disclosed at the time. I'm 5'7", athletic build, brown wavy hair, green eyes, blood type A+.
I also have 3 siblings who were also conceived at the same clinic - they were born in 1982, 1983, and 1986. It is likely that we each have a different donor since at the time donations were used "fresh" and even mixed during the procedure.