Yes, a man can. My husband had a vasectomy 7 years before I met him and we now have a four year old and we're trying for another. It just means the doctor uses a needle into the testicles and they take sperm from further up, it is a whole lot cheaper and easier than a reversal. You just go see your local IVF unit or GP.
They either have to reverse it, or go in to his testicles with a needle and remove the sperm that way.
Note: when considering the cost of each proceedure, remember that if you choose IVF, you pay to have the sperm harvested and for each attempted fertilization.
no you no longer have the tools to hold sperm
in liquid nitrogen
What are you talking about
No, the sperm is tested and the procedure is sterile.
sperm . Sexual intercourse or artificial insemination.
It is called artificial insemination.
They jerk the horse off.
Doctor who perform artificial insemination can do this.
Artificial insemnation with frozen sperm, 80%