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
Artificial insemination is when you go to a clinic and they insert sperm into the vagina in order for you to get pregnant.
in liquid nitrogen
No, the sperm is tested and the procedure is sterile.
It is called artificial insemination.
sperm . Sexual intercourse or artificial insemination.
What are you talking about
Doctor who perform artificial insemination can do this.
They jerk the horse off.
yes, it's even used as sperm expander in artificial insemination
Artificial insemnation with frozen sperm, 80%
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He may be allowed to donate the sperm and you can participate in artificial insemination.
In homologous insemination the sperm are from whatever donor the patient specifies, so if she specifies her husband than it is from him.
Artificial Insemination ... Uses sperm from a "sperm bank".
I beliive there is a method where the sperm can be taken prom the testes above the vasectomy and then you have artificial insemination. He would need to see a urologist.
No because they do test before they give you the sperm. It keeps from getting sued.
Artificial insemination (AI) is the deliberate introduction of semen into a female for the purpose of fertilization, by means other than ejaculation directly into the vagina or oviduct.Artificial insemination is a fertility treatment for humans, and is a common practice in the breeding of dairy cattle and pigs. Artificial insemination may employ assisted reproductive technology, donated sperm, and/or animal husbandry techniques.i hope this helped ^^
It is called artificial insemination.
well there is two types of artificial insemination. one of them is called ''ICI''.this is where the sperm can be injected into the cervix with just a syinge.the next one is ''IUI'',this one is used to place sperm into the uterus by a catheter.the IUI proceedure will need to be done be a medical professional.
Sometimes in a relationship, the male may have what is called a "narrow urethra" which means that the tube that his sperm is carried out by is too narrow and will not allow a sufficient amount of sperm into the vagina. Artificial insemination would involve aquiring a sufficient amount of sperm from the male in the relationship, or a donor, and injecting it into the mother-to-be's womb.