IVF vs The One: Not waiting for love to become a mum

You’re a 35-year-old woman and your long-term partner decides he doesn’t want kids.


So your relationship breaks down and now you’re single and your biological clock is ticking.

And you desperately want to be a mum.

What next?

A Melbourne woman has documented her decision to plan IVF with a sperm donor.

She will put relationships on hold and focus on becoming a single mum.

Irresponsible or the modern way?

“I honestly think that I would be a great mother and I want to give myself every opportunity to fulfill that,” Jasmine Richwol told Neil Mitchell.

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