This donor is very pleasant, friendly, kind and generous. This East Indian/Asian donor has black, thick straight hair. There is no history of baldness in his family. He has brown eyes, an olive complexion and a small/medium bone structure. He is 5'10" and 160 lbs. His Maternal Ethnic Ancestry and Paternal Ethnic Ancestry is East Indian. He has good teeth, exercises regularly, has excellent vision and does not require corrective lenses. He does have a cleft chin.
His current hobbies and interests include: collecting coins and listening to music. He has completed his Bachelor's Degree in Engineering and is employed as an Electrical Engineer.. His future goals are to work in Biomedical Engineering. His favorite subjects in school were math, natural sciences and computers.
He best describes himself as passive, moody, quiet, humorous, creative, friendly, adventurous, intelligent, well-adjusted, and caring.
His mother completed her College Diploma and is employed as a Book-keeper. His father completed his College Diploma and is employed in Real Estate. He has one brother and one sister. His religion of preference is Parsi which he was raised as and still practices. He is single and has proven paternity in our program. There are no multiple births in the family.
This donor has above-average math, musical, artistic (drawing/painting) and mechanical abilities. Artistically, he likes to paint in his spare time. He enjoys watching soccer and participating in running, swimming and tennis. His Goals/Ambitions/Plans and Feelings are to help people, improve the environment, god/religion, immediate family, social acceptance, success and to be happy.
In three generations of his medical history, it is noted that the Donor's Father has allergies. He has a cousin who is epileptic, his paternal grandfather had jaundice and his maternal grandfather died of a heart attack.
When asked what his motivation for becoming a donor, he stated that he is participating to assist anonymous infertile couples and individuals. This donor indicates that he is would continue in our program without reimbursement, he is undecided whether he would continue without anonymity, or to meeting DI recipients but feels it might be OK to meet with the offspring. Of course, present legal statutes and standards prohibit donor/recipient disclosure but he is very open to sharing non-identifying information for recipients and offspring.