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, decided at 37 to be a single mom, she started online sperm-donor browsing.

"It's like online dating, only you don't have to have a relationship with the person," she says.

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After her successful first pregnancy, which she attributes to yoga and fertility acupuncturist Daoshing Ni, the actress and American Fertility Association board member suffered a miscarriage at 40 and decided not to pursue more treatments: "They've done studies that found going through infertility is equivalent in stress to cancer or HIV." Though TV writer Fain achieved success using IUI — the first choice for single moms and lesbians — a growing number of doctors feel it's "becoming a dinosaur," says Jeffrey Steinberg, a veteran of the team that produced the first "test-tube baby," Louise Brown, in 1978, and head of the Fertility Institutes, a clinic in L. and New York that specializes in cutting-edge genetic procedures.Despite her efforts, Fain required two years and nine rounds of intrauterine insemination (or IUI, which involves "washing" the ejaculate to up the sperm quality before injecting it into the uterus, at about

After her successful first pregnancy, which she attributes to yoga and fertility acupuncturist Daoshing Ni, the actress and American Fertility Association board member suffered a miscarriage at 40 and decided not to pursue more treatments: "They've done studies that found going through infertility is equivalent in stress to cancer or HIV." Though TV writer Fain achieved success using IUI — the first choice for single moms and lesbians — a growing number of doctors feel it's "becoming a dinosaur," says Jeffrey Steinberg, a veteran of the team that produced the first "test-tube baby," Louise Brown, in 1978, and head of the Fertility Institutes, a clinic in L. and New York that specializes in cutting-edge genetic procedures.

Despite her efforts, Fain required two years and nine rounds of intrauterine insemination (or IUI, which involves "washing" the ejaculate to up the sperm quality before injecting it into the uterus, at about $1,500 a pop to conceive). When Violet was a toddler, Fain took her to a music class, where "two women walked in with two boys about Violet's age," she says. Fain went home and checked her Facebook group comprising 15 families who had conceived with her same open donor.

(Open donation, in which the donor's info can be released on the child's 18th birthday, is a growing trend.) She recalls: "There they were," just a mile and a half away.

"It's not: ' What if this is the love of my life?

' It's: ' This person doesn't have Alzheimer's in their genetic history.' " Fain lined up a fertility entourage that included a therapist, acupuncturist, nutritionist and private chef for when she was too busy developing shows for Warner Bros. "I did acupuncture, herbs, teas; I juiced wheatgrass daily for months because my reproductive endocrinologist [RE] said anecdotally people who did got pregnant," she says.

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After her successful first pregnancy, which she attributes to yoga and fertility acupuncturist Daoshing Ni, the actress and American Fertility Association board member suffered a miscarriage at 40 and decided not to pursue more treatments: "They've done studies that found going through infertility is equivalent in stress to cancer or HIV." Though TV writer Fain achieved success using IUI — the first choice for single moms and lesbians — a growing number of doctors feel it's "becoming a dinosaur," says Jeffrey Steinberg, a veteran of the team that produced the first "test-tube baby," Louise Brown, in 1978, and head of the Fertility Institutes, a clinic in L. and New York that specializes in cutting-edge genetic procedures.Despite her efforts, Fain required two years and nine rounds of intrauterine insemination (or IUI, which involves "washing" the ejaculate to up the sperm quality before injecting it into the uterus, at about $1,500 a pop to conceive). When Violet was a toddler, Fain took her to a music class, where "two women walked in with two boys about Violet's age," she says. Fain went home and checked her Facebook group comprising 15 families who had conceived with her same open donor.(Open donation, in which the donor's info can be released on the child's 18th birthday, is a growing trend.) She recalls: "There they were," just a mile and a half away."It's not: ' What if this is the love of my life?' It's: ' This person doesn't have Alzheimer's in their genetic history.' " Fain lined up a fertility entourage that included a therapist, acupuncturist, nutritionist and private chef for when she was too busy developing shows for Warner Bros. "I did acupuncture, herbs, teas; I juiced wheatgrass daily for months because my reproductive endocrinologist [RE] said anecdotally people who did got pregnant," she says.The best one or two embryos are implanted; the rest are frozen for later use.

,500 a pop to conceive). When Violet was a toddler, Fain took her to a music class, where "two women walked in with two boys about Violet's age," she says. Fain went home and checked her Facebook group comprising 15 families who had conceived with her same open donor.(Open donation, in which the donor's info can be released on the child's 18th birthday, is a growing trend.) She recalls: "There they were," just a mile and a half away."It's not: ' What if this is the love of my life?' It's: ' This person doesn't have Alzheimer's in their genetic history.' " Fain lined up a fertility entourage that included a therapist, acupuncturist, nutritionist and private chef for when she was too busy developing shows for Warner Bros. "I did acupuncture, herbs, teas; I juiced wheatgrass daily for months because my reproductive endocrinologist [RE] said anecdotally people who did got pregnant," she says.The best one or two embryos are implanted; the rest are frozen for later use.

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