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I wanna call it a nightmare.,It was,absolutely wrong from the beginning.,I personally thinkit was an experiment for him,,some sick game.,I thinkabout the "why" every single day.,Hi, Jacoba, this is Dr. Webber calling.,I have your lab results in.,So give me a call when you have a chance,and we can go over those.,-Thank you. Bye.,Hi, this message is for Jacoba Ballard.This is Jane over at Dr. Chan's office.,Give us a callback. We wantto reschedule you for an appointment.,Thanks so much.,Growing up, I felt different.,I'm this blonde-haired, blue-eyed person,in a family with dark hair,and, like, olive skin and dark eyes.,So, I kept asking my mom,if I was adopted.,I kept, like, reassuring my parents,,and I'm like, "It's fine if I am,you can tell me. It'll be okay.",Finally, my mom told me the truth.,So, I've known since the age of ten,that I was from donor sperm.,I believe it was 1979,,and鈥?I wanted a child so bad,,but my husband could not have children.,So I went to see Dr. Cline,for artificial insemination.,I was young.,I think, like, 20, 21.,He was professional.,Uh, we didn't really say a lot.,I mean, he just told usthat he would match us with a donor,that looked like my husband.,He was gonna use medical students,,their sperm.,And so, when I start ovulating,,I went in, they did the procedure鈥?40,She's my everything.,I love that child more than life itself.,I always hadthis longing for siblings.,I just wanted somebody that related to me,,that's, you know, my brother or sister,,and I just wanted to have that bond.,When I was around the age of 18,,you know, around, like, 1999,,there wasn't commercial DNA testing.,All I knewwas my mom went to Dr. Donald Cline,,and he was the go-to doctor.,My mom was told that,they used a medical residentfor donor sperm,,and they never usedthe medical resident or the donor,,say, more than three times.,So, since there was me,,I figured that I might haveone or two half-siblings.,So, I looked him up,and I called him at his office.,He actually answered the phone.,I wanted to know if he had a donor number,or my mom's medical records,to where I could havesome kind of identifying information.,He was very,straightforward, matter-of-fact,,um, no empathy.,But I remember asking him,,like, telling himI wanted to find half-siblings,,and he said thatI can't ever know that information.,My mother's records have been destroyed.,He wished me good luck,and that was it.,I just went on with life and, you know,,married, raised my children,and hoped that someday maybe,I would find a sibling or two.,Watching our friends' childrengrowing up around us,left us feeling isolated and desperate.,But as we found out, we were not alone.,One out of five couplesliving in the United States,experience infertility problems.,The physicians and staffat Indianapolis Infertility,can help you understand your particularinfertility problem more clearly.,Both Dr. Donald Clineand Dr. Robert Colver,are specialistsin the field of infertility,and have achieved excellent results,in diagnosing and treatingthousands of infertile couples.,Dr. Cline was the best-knowninfertility doctor in Indianapolis.,And I started working for him,in '81 to '94.,I worked 13 years.,I was partnered with Dr. Clinefrom 1987 to 1991, and I have to say,,my career wouldn't bewhat it has been over the last 35 years,if it hadn't been for Don Cline. So鈥?92,Before '85, for an insemination,or for a donor insemination,,fresh sperm was used.,And back then,you didn't have, like today,,you go on a website, 300 guys show up.,We had a notebook,so they could pickfrom what donor criteria they wanted.,The hospital was--It's just right across the street..
And I actually went to the hospitaland met some of the donors,because they were residents,and I knew 'em.,And they would pass me the specimen,,and I would take it back to the office.,It has to be kept warm, body temperature.,And so I transported the sample in my bra,,so the sperm was still viableby the time I got it over at the office.,It was a great field.It was really interesting.,We were putting tubes back togetherso people鈥?women could get pregnant.,And he hada terrific success rate at that.,We'd do laser surgery on tubes,,and that was a new thingthat Don did that other doctors didn't do.,For these couples, you have to have them,really think through this,talk through this, pray about it.,Really feel like you thought throughthis whole thing, because,once you do that donor insemination,and they get pregnant,that's their baby. Forever.,It was always very emotional,when one of your girlfriendswould call you and say she was pregnant,because there were several timesthat I'd get off the phone,,and I'd just crybecause I wanted a child so bad.,My husband and I had goneto various fertility doctors,trying to find鈥?my issue.,It was hard on me and my husband.,But I thought, "Okay. I've finally founda doctor that might be able to help us,because he was so well-known.",I was about 27.,I, uh鈥?My husband and Italked about having our own children.,My husband got tested,and he was infertile.,I was told, "The only personwho's doing live sperm donor insemination,is Dr. Don Cline.","He's the best of the best, so go to him.",By that point,it'd been two and a half years,of having my periodwhen I wanted to really conceive,,taking my temperature, and鈥?for every month and every day.,So it was the first time I felt--It was hopeful.,I carried my husband's spermin a little container.,Well, we didn't have much timebecause you had to have it there,,I think, within an hour.,And then there was this room,that I would go intofor the artificial insemination,,right then with the sperm,,with some kind of long, like, um鈥?144,He'd walk me back to the exam room,,I'm lying down,and my knees are up in the air.,He said, "Okay. I'm gonna, uh,put this鈥?this specimen in you.",So I wait on the tablefor about 20 minutes.,I was thinking actually positive thoughts.,I was thinking,,"Wow. I might be able to have a child.",When the doctor's office called me,and told me I was pregnant,,I鈥?I couldn't believe it.,We were just so happywhen I had her.,I even took Julie back into the officeand then showed her off to Dr. Cline.,I thought I had altitude sickness.,So I laid off a little bit of skiing,,and ate more crackers, and drank some tea,,and, um, never thinking I was pregnant.,I thought I was just late.,I was ecstatic.,I thought it was a gift at the time.,In 2014, you see 23andMe,on, like, every other commercial on TV.,I was 35,,and I told my husbandI was gonna take a DNA test,because I figured,at least, I had one or two siblings.,I felt like it was kind of a bonusif I did find the donor,,but that wasn't, like, my goal.,My goal was to find a sibling.,The fall of 2014,,I received my results.,I remember that day vividly.,It came back that I was related to,seven siblings.,It was actually immediate excitement, um,,with concern.,Finding outthat I had siblings was amazing,,but there's, you know, eight of us.,What鈥?what's going on here?,Because my mom was told,that they never used a donormore than three times.,Three times was the ideal.,We didn't want a large population,with all the same father.,There's the concern for consanguinity,,uh, having too many peoplein a certain geographic area,that could potentially be your brotheror your sister, and you didn't know it.,Because you could potentiallyhave a brother and sister marrying.,Hold up.,This doesn't make sense.,Obviously, you used someone's spermmore than three times.,And that's when we startedto do our own investigating.,Every weekend, we would call each other,,or we would plug names into Ancestryand work on a family tree.,We joked one day, trying to figure it out,,and we're like, "Wouldn't it be crazyif it was the doctor?",But we disregarded it, and we're like,,"Probably not, but we'll go throughthis journey together.","We'll help each other findwho our biological father is.",We were able to just focuson our paternal matches,,and we all matched a lady named Sylvia,......
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