Disclosure of Donor Insemination: Parental Attitudes
American Journal of Orthopsychiatry. 1995 Oct; 65(4): 549-559.
Disclosures by parents with a child conceived by donor insemination were compared to those of parents with adopted children and parents with children conceived by in vitro fertilization. None of the donor-insemination parents had told their child. The factors found to create the greatest difficulties for disclosure were the father's infertility, the timing and method of telling, and the lack of genetic information for the child.
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