I'm 21 and have recently enquired about Donor Insemination. I have recently split with my husband due to the stress of him having a low sperm count and unsuccessfully trying for a baby. I still desperately want a baby, as I have a four year old son and am looking to extend my family before starting university next year. Am I too young? Will I be rejected?
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At Manchester Fertility each case is individually assessed by the team and if we think that treatment is appropriate for you we will offer you treatment, even at the age of 21. Before you start the process you will need to meet with our experienced counsellors who will talk you through your options and discuss the welfare any child that may be born a s a result of treatment.