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#1822 - 07/12/03 07:16 PM hi

my hubby got low sperm we are looking to adopt my hubby cant have any kids

#1823 - 07/12/03 08:48 PM Re: hi
Nona Offline
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i would suggest looking into some adoption agencies... either that or a sperm donor for artificial inseminations.
Adoptive mommy to 4 , Last 2 adopted nursed. Youngest nursed till she was 5! Raising 2 grandbabies, as infants they were raised on donor breast milk smile

#1824 - 07/13/03 02:32 AM Re: hi
DawnL Offline
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Registered: 09/28/02
Posts: 272
That is one of the reasons we turned to adoption as well. We could either try lots of expensive infertility treatments, or we could choose adoption. We skipped all the treatments and Drs, and just went straight to adoption.
I recommend that you read some books on adoption. You can also find a great group of adoptive families at They are very informative, and there are families in various stages of the adoption progress.
Good Luck!
wife to Jim, mommy to Daphne and Jeran and Jalen


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