It is next to impossible that a Dr would perform artificial insemination on a Woman who has never had sex or had her hymen broken.
It is up to the Dr what form of giving birth would be appropriate for you as it depends on many factors, including the health of the mother and baby.
the doc. could brake you hymen and allow you to deliver vaginally but it all depends on your and the baby's health
artificial insemination makes this possible
It isn't possible, unless a veterinarian does artificial insemination.
No, not without artificial insemination...
No. A woman gets pregnant by having sexual intercourse with a man ... or by artificial insemination.
AI (artificial insemination), and, arguably, genetic engineering.
yes and no sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't it all depends on the woman getting inseminated
Whilst not normally so, it is possible through Artificial Insemination. This is something that is done medically.
I suppose it's possible. You'd need to tilt the pelvis up.
it is possible in labs........the procedure done is called artificial insemination where the sperm and egg are fused together under favorable conditions ...then it is deposited in the female reproductive systm
Nobody can turn gay, but if it were possible, and if all men turned gay, then reproduction would have to be done mainly through artificial insemination.
yes it is, in this day and age a woman can have a baby without getting married, she can opt for artificial insemination or she can decide to have sex with a willing partner without any strings attached.
Artificial insemination was first used in the late 1784 in a dog.it has now become standard practice in sheep and cattle. In humans it is difficult to say because it is possible people did it for themselves without it being recorded. If you are talking about In vitro fertilisation (test tube baby) the first was called Louise Brown in England 30 years ago. She is now a mother herself, naturally.
false negatives are definitely possible. call your doctor to schedule a blood test.
Yes, male germ cells carry the gender determining trait. Sperm can be separated into ones that will produce a male and one that will produce a female. That is the basic runthrough of it.
With current technology it is not possible for two women to conceive a child in any manner. However, lesbians can have children by finding a sperm donor and being impregnated either the old fashioned way or by artificial insemination.
Not many??If you discount the religious beliefs of some people then the only possible way is by artificial insemination. Assuming that virginity is defined as never having had sexual relations.If this has happened it has never been recorded.
Yes, it is possible. Sperm can migrate, so it is possible to get pregnant even if the ejaculate lands on the vulva rather than inside the vagina. It is even more possible when you put the fluid in manually! ---------- Yes, that's pretty much how artificial insemination is done.
It most likely depends on your timing, sperm will live up to a week in the woman's reproductive vault waiting for ovulation. Once there, it takes "ownership" and will attempt to fight off a donation from another male - knowing this happens, both donations should be done at the same time or as close together as possible.When two gay men use artificial insemination with a surrogate, they may both make a sperm donation - giving both of them an equal chance at being the biological father.I have also heard of doctors telling a couple to have sex, following artificial insemination using donor sperm, if the male has a low sperm count - undoubtedly hoping the "father to be" will donate a few good swimmers to the mix giving him a chance at paternity.
Rabbits reproduce sexually rather than asexually... if that's what you mean? Like most mammals, sperm and ova are required for a rabbit to reproduce. Artificial insemination is hypothetically possible, but isn't necessary because rabbits have a high mating success.
no its not
It is not currently possible to create an artificial atmosphere on Mars. Even if it was, Mars does not get enough sunlight needed to sustain human life.
I read an article in The Economist about artificial organs. I'm pretty sure they said something about how it may be possible to make a brain, but it would not have memories.
It is possible, in theory, to exist artificially, but since the presence of men in the natural environment would be required to facilitate human reproduction and the continuity of humans (male or female) on such an island, it could not exist beyond a single generation. So, not possible in nature. Theoretically possible with some type of artificial technology or process such as, migration from the island for procreation purposes, or importation of sperm for use in gender-selective, artificial-insemination procedures. There was a nation, existing only in myth and legend, known as Sarmatia, which was home to the female warriors, known as Amazons. It wasn't an island, however.