Map: Canberra A man who donated his sperm to a lesbian woman so that she could have a child will argue in the High Court today that he is legally the girl's parent and should be able to object to her moving overseas. Key points: Court action began after girl's mothers wanted to move to New Zealand The man donated his sperm on the basis he would be involved in the girl's life Mothers could not prove they were in de facto relationship at time of girl's birth The man, who the court referred to by the pseudonym Robert, fathered the girl in via artificial insemination with the understanding he would be involved in her upbringing. However the girl's mother, Susan, and her wife, Margaret, decided to move to New Zealand, triggering Robert's bid to keep them and the girl in Australia. Documents submitted to the court showed Susan had since had a second child, who was not related to Robert. But submissions to the court claimed he had been involved in the younger girl's life too, and she had only recently learned he was not her biological father.
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Sperm donation is testing what it means to be a legal parent, all the way to the High Court
Answer From Erik P. Castle, M. Studies suggest that a father's age at the time of conception paternal age might pose health risks for a baby. However, this field of research is still relatively small and results have been mixed. More research is needed. Studies have shown that when paternal age is over 40, there might be a small increase in the risks of adverse pregnancy outcomes or risks to children's health, including: Pregnancy loss. Advanced paternal age might be associated with a slightly higher risk of pregnancy loss before week 20 of pregnancy miscarriage or stillbirth.
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Not any more. The results of the study not only suggest that the families of men who wait to have kids face greater risks, but that men should receive reproductive counseling and consider freezing their sperm before they hit Why does this happen? Well, it seems like men are a lot more like women than we thought when it comes to how our reproductive systems age: the quality of sperm goes down with age.