This depends on the reason the testicle was removed. If it was for cancer and the man has had radiation therapy he may be infertile. If it was removed because it was twisted, or did not descend as a child then he can become a father. Each testicle can produce millions of sperm and only one is needed to get a woman pregnant. The best way to check if he can become a father is to have a sperm count done. I don't think it is very expensive.
As long as he has at least one testicle, he can still create sperm cells. Each testicle operates on its own, much like ovaries in a female. If one is removed while the other is still functional, a pregnancy is possible via sperm from the remaining testicle. His sperm count might be lower than average due to only having one producing sperm rather than two, but many men with that exact condition have fathered children.
If you have been trying to get pregnant to no avail, you might want to make sure that his remaining testicle is functional by going to see a doctor in that field.
As long as the remaining testicle is working properly, produces sperm, and has not been effected by radiation due to testicular cancer treatment, then yes, a male with one testicle can father a child.
Yes, a male with only one testicle in capable to produce sperm and impregnate a women.
To the best of my knowledge no males can have babies, regardless of how many testicles they have. However, one testicle is enough to produce sperm to inseminate a woman.
Yes, provided that one testicle is in working order. Testicles are another example of biological redundancy, like kidneys.
Yes my partner has only one testicle and I fell pregnant the first time we tried
Yes, as long as the testicle is functioning properly then you can still impregnate with one testicle.
Yes. If you only have one testicle then you will have a lower sperm count and it may be harder to get someone pregnant but it is definitely possible.
My grandfather had only one and he produced 6 kids. 3 boys and 3 girls. So yes you can.
Yes, I only have one testicle and I have produced three wonderful children.
I was wathcing a show where, this man was denying a young ladies baby because, he said he only had one testicle, and couldn't have babies, but when the results where read, better yet, that was his child. So yes.
Yes, assuming that his sperm count is high enough and that testicle is healthy, as well as the person it's attached to. Think about this: Why would we evolve two testicles? Perhaps if one is damaged the other one can take over as a "backup" of sorts. The real issue is sperm count, not testicle count. A single testicle should be able to produce enough healthy sperm to cause fertilization.
Normal ejaculation contains millions of sperm. Several behaviours can contribute to low sperm count, such as smoking, being overweight, and using electronic devices close to your groin, (such as putting a laptop on your lap, or carrying a cell phone in your pocket.)
Contrary to popular belief, it actually DOES take more than just 1 sperm to fertilize an egg. Each sperm carries an enzyme on it's head that helps to dissolve the cell wall around the egg. One single sperm can't do it alone. It requires the work of several thousand to actually break down part of the egg so that one sperm can "get in" so to speak.
The World Health Organisation provides a definition of a
'normal' sperm count:
* the concentration of spermatozoa should be at least 20 million
* the total volume of semen should be at least 2ml.
* the total number of spermatozoa in the ejaculate should be at
least 40 million.
* at least 75 per cent of the spermatozoa should be alive (it is
normal for up to 25 per cent to be dead).
* at least 30 per cent of the spermatozoa should be of normal
shape and form.
* at least 25 per cent of the spermatozoa should be swimming with
rapid forward movement.
* at least 50 per cent of the spermatozoa should be swimming
forward, even if only sluggishly.
It's a tad unusual, and if it wasn't checked out when you were a kid you should get it checked now. Occasionally one will remain in the abdomen instead of transferring down into the sac. Don't worry about parenthood though, one functioning testicle is more than enough for that.
3 chances only
Absolutely. Even without testicles, you are likely hardy enough to create sperm from pure willpower alone.
Or else your wife has been sleeping with a friend or coworker. Probably someone you really trusted.
Should be no problem , I have had testicular cancer and my doctor informs me that even 1/3 of a testicle could still be functional .
Technically, yes. Normally, however, the child will be born with some abnormalities or dysfunctions in their body or brain. For example, they ask stupid questions. Maybe you should check your daddy's shorts.
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