‘Women were told not to tell their doctor they were carrying an IVF baby’

IVF conceived children and their parents are treated very differently now to how they were even a decade ago. 

When I tell people that my daughters, Greta age six and Rori age five, were conceived using an anonymous donor and IVF, the most common response I get is a high five. Sure, there is sometimes the awkward shuffling in the chair reaction – usually by men – but for the most part, people are just incredibly happy that I was able to fulfil my dream of becoming a mum even though I was single.

It wasn’t always that way…

Read about how attitudes to IVF have changed in this fascinating article written by The Baby Project editor, Margaret Ambrose, for Kidspot.

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