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1  General Category / Searching for Information / Re: RWH Paddington on: July 05, 2015, 07:06:26 PM
Hi Damian, one of my daughters is on the register the other one is "getting there" yes I realise that a lot of donor conceived children would be unaware of how they were conceived, that was what doctors suggested back in the 80's and at that time I agreed with that suggestion but I now realise that the truth is a better option.
 I have recently been in contact with a donor from the 80"s who is unsure of which facility he donated at and yes he is now on the NSW Register and they have sent his particulars to all clinics but at that time he had a friend of Greek decent who donated but this person has passed away so it is very sad that if he had any offspring they will never be able to find their heritage.
2  General Category / Searching for Information / RWH Paddington on: July 02, 2015, 05:56:30 PM
Well 12 months has gone by very quickly so here I am again still looking for my daughters sperm donors. My eldest daughter was born in 1982 and her donor code is DAX my youngest daughter was born in 1985 her donor code is OAB both were conceived through Royal Womens Hosp, Paddington. All their half siblings are getting older now I am surprised that none of them have enquired about their donor/siblings.
3  General Category / Searching for Information / Re: Donor OAB on: June 02, 2014, 08:26:22 AM
Hi Lizzy my eldest daughter is listed on the Registry but my youngest has not posted her paperwork yet but it is in the process of being done
4  General Category / Searching for Information / Re: Donor OAB on: May 30, 2014, 02:11:34 PM
Hi Dadams, anonymity certainly has created a lot of problems. In my case I guess it made sense back then but as we get older our thoughts on the matter change we realise that our children have the right to know the truth, they were wanted created by the love of 2 parents with the help from another.

Hi Raglan my daughter has been in contact with Sheila Sim who told her that they have written to her donor but had no reply & they do know the names of her half siblings but none have requested information so again a dead end. They also told my daughter his occupation, reasons for donating, & hobbies/interests so they certainly have plenty of information on him.

I guess her only hope now is that a half sibling asks for information & considering she is one of 11 surely another parent out there has decided to tell their child the truth.
5  General Category / Searching for Information / Donor OAB on: May 29, 2014, 06:05:30 PM
Me again... different topic.... thought I would put a bit more information out there on behalf of one of my daughters.
Her donors code is OAB she was conceived at RHW Paddington in 1984 & was born in 1985. Her donor was 6'2", average build, brown hair, green eyes, A+ blood group olive skin was 26 & single at the time of donation & was Catholic and was a blood donor. Apparently RHW has his name & have tried to contact him but have had no reply. I have to wonder though if they are writing to him at the address that they had 28 years ago then it would be a very remote chance that he would still be at that address, my guess would be no chance, so do they really write to these donors???
6  General Category / Searching for Information / Re: Donor Clinics on: May 28, 2014, 06:54:24 PM
Thankyou I will pass this info on, it is for someone trying to remember where he went it was a long time ago & the memory does fade with time & it was all such a big secret in those days so hopefully this info will help sort it out Smiley
7  General Category / Searching for Information / Donor Clinics on: May 27, 2014, 04:46:31 PM
Hi Everyone not sure if this is the correct section to post this request but it is information Im looking for.... I am trying to find out where the Royal Womens Hosp had there donor clinic in the early 80's.
A building has been described as an old brown building and it was on a lower floor, to access it you had to walk down stairs & it may have been attached to RWH or close to the hospital and may have been on a Castlereagh Street, does this building sound familar to anyone? I am actually trying to find out if it was connected to RWH or if it was another facility.
 Smiley
8  General Category / Introduction Board / Re: Past Donor from Sydney on: February 25, 2012, 07:39:46 AM
Hi Raglan
Its great to see a donor trying to get their information out there.
I was wondering however at which hospital/clinic did you donate to?
I have 2 children conceived with donor sperm at the Royal Hosp. for Women in 1982 & 1985. They were conceived by different donors and we are still searching.
All the best in your search, it is great that you have already made some contacts.
9  General Category / Introduction Board / Re: Hi from NSW on: January 31, 2011, 01:35:29 AM
Hello Michaela good to see you on here and yes I am always checking just in case someone pops up with corresponding information.
Goodluck  Smiley Smiley
10  General Category / Introduction Board / intro on: March 20, 2007, 02:54:45 AM
Hi my name is Connie, I have two children both conceived with donor sperm by different donors at Royal Hosp. for Women, Paddington, one born in 1982 the other in 1985.
My eldest daughter has been told that her donors code name is DAX and that she has 13 half donor siblings. All of her donors identifying information has been destroyed.
She has only been given non-identifying characteristics on him.

Thankfully the RHW does have the name of my yougest daughters donor. She does at least have the option to try and find him or at least get medical history.

All the best to everyone searching. Connie
 
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