Nope, no sperm no baby.
Yes if you are using donor sperm you either get it from someone you know or you pay for donor sperm. If done in a doctors office there will also be a charge for the procedure of artificial insemination - the doctor will place the sperm in the uterus using a thin tube.
Sperm cause pregnancy if they get into the vagina.
Go to a sperm bank and tell them you wish to donate how can i get paid to be a sperm donor?
no, having intercourse with a male who has sperm is what causes pregnancy.
There are clinics that offer services to become a sperm donor, but you must be tall and hansome.
You can become an sperm donor for contacting the sperm banks nearest to you; banks require that you are within 1 hour conmute from them.
no, the only way to get pregnant is for sperm to come into contact with the vagina
ask a veterinarian.
You might try the terms "fertility clinic" and "pregnancy surrogate" as keywords.
Donor's collect sperm by masturbating and collecting sperm in a container.
No, sperm are required for pregnancy.
sperm donor ? ?
A lesbian can be artificially inseminated with sperm from a chosen sperm donor.
to artificailly get pregnant you can go to a sperm bank and choose a donor. to artificailly get pregnant you can go to a sperm bank and choose a donor.
The only sperm donor bank in Texas is at the Baylor College of Medicine in Houston TX.
Style Exposed - 2011 Sperm Donor was released on: USA: 28 September 2011
You could use sperm donor, that way you could choose the father and have the sperm artificially inceminated into you, that way you can fall pregnant without having to conceive naturally.
No, you shouldn't be charged to be a sperm donor. If you qualify (have a high sperm count, good genetics, no communicable diseases and otherwise healthy) you can be paid well to be a sperm donor.
Artificial insemination (AI) is the process by which sperm is placed into the reproductive tract of a female for the purpose of impregnating the female by using means other than sexual intercourse. In humans, it is used as assisted reproductive technology, primarily to treat infertility using sperm from the woman's partner, or sperm from a sperm donor (donor sperm) where the male partner produces no sperm. It is also increasingly used to enable women without a male partner (i.e., single women and lesbians) to produce children by using donor sperm. In cases where donor sperm is used the woman is the gestational and genetic mother of the child produced, and the sperm donor is the genetic or biological father of the child.
Following are Assisted Reproductive Techniques Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) Invitro Fertilization (IVF) Intracytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI) Frozen Embryo Replacement Cycle (FERC) Donor Gametes Surrogacy Surgical Sperm Retrieval
Chlorine can kill sperm. However, it is not an effective form of contraception. Having sex in a pool that has chlorinated water will not prevent pregnancy.
No, Medicaid does not pay for sperm donation in any way.
What are the chances of pregnancy when sperm do not swim properly?"