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A man has admitted he's scared about meeting siblings on dating apps after he found out his dad 'sold his sperm 500 times'.
Zave Fors, 24, said he's too scared to join apps such as Tinder over fears he could end up matching with one of his siblings.
Over the years Zave has managed to track down eight of his siblings.
However he admits he actually has no idea how many of them could be out there – and doesn't want to end up sleeping with one of his family members.
Zave, from Portland, Oregon, was amazed after discovering that one of his siblings – his brother Daron McLennan-Colon – went to the same school as him after taking a DNA test.
Daron was also shocked as he only found out he was donor-conceived and that he had a sister living down the road when Zave approached him on social media.
The pair even had memories of each other at school, but never knew they were biological siblings.
Zave told Mirror Online: "Not knowing how many siblings I have has damaged my dating life.
"When I'm swiping around on Tinder, I don't really know who's related to me or not.
"There will always be a spectre of unknown lingering over me in intimate relationships. Short of genetically testing all of my partners, I will never have 100 percent certainty that we are not related."
He added: "People say incest is statistically unlikely but isn't it unlikely that I went to school with my half-brother?
"He was two years ahead in school. So even though people say the likelihood of accidental incest is low, I still have to live in a constant state of apprehension.
"My other siblings had similar experiences. Two of them lived within two blocks of each other."
Zave became determined to track down the rest of his biological family after he finding his father's identity during childhood.
His mum struggled to conceive and went through nine cycles before falling pregnant.
She raised him as a single mother and never lied to him about how he was conceived.
His mother told him it was impossible to track down his dad, however he signed up to Ancestry.com.
Zave received no results, until his brother pinged up a few months later.
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