A preliminary psychosocial follow-up of parents and their children conceived by artificial insemination by donor (AID).

@article{Leeton1982APP,
  title={A preliminary psychosocial follow-up of parents and their children conceived by artificial insemination by donor (AID).},
  author={John F. Leeton and Jean Backwell},
  journal={Clinical reproduction and fertility},
  year={1982},
  volume={1 4},
  pages={307-10}
}
Forty-three couples who first conceived by artificial insemination by donor (AID) between 1975-1977 jointly completed an anonymous questionnaire about their attitudes to the AID programme. There were 80 children, and 30 couples had 2 or more children by AID. All children developed normally. The attendance rate of husbands at the births was 94%. All but one couple reported stable marriages and the majority thought that the AID pregnancies had improved their marital relationship, and none thought… CONTINUE READING