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17 Jun 2004
I am unmarried and in my early 30's. Some time ago a read an articel that unmarried women can go for AI. I really want a child before i am 38 and don't want to use a man just to have a child and if i am not married with him. Is there a place that i can do this in Bloemfontein? Is it very expensive? I've got a family that support me in this decision and realy feel very strongly about this.
You would need to go to a gynaecologist who specialises in infertility. I do not know whether there is a Fertility clinic in Bloemfontein.
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