If the man gave the semen sample by masturbating, it's called IUI.
If the sperm was removed surgically, that removal procedure is called MESA. Then a sperm is injected through an egg removed in an egg retrieval via a process called ICSI, and the fertilized embryo is put into the woman. That process as a whole is called IVF, but IVF doesn't always include ICSI.
People? woman get pregnant when her egg present and her male partner inject his sperm in to her vagina and sperm reaches egg form zygote.
Yes, it's called a creampie.
before a woman conceived a male child, you have to have sex close to ur ovulation so that if the egg drop the male sperm will be there to meet the eeg. because male sperm die quickly than the female sperm.
It is called gamete. In animals the male gamete is always a sperm. In most flowering plants the male gamete is also called sperm.
the male has a cell called Sperm
Since when doing IVF the best eggs are selected therefore male factor infertility shouldn't cause to much of a problem, there is also a form of IVF called ICSI where a woman undergoes IVF and specialists literally inject a sperm into the egg with a microinjector. As such, this procedure is often, but not always, used to treat male infertility, specifically disorders relating to the testes and sperm production.
The male gamete is a sperm. The female gamete is an ova or egg.
sure why not ---- There is NO such thing as female sperm.
Male gametes, or sex cells, are called sperm.
The male sex cell is called the sperm cell.
The male sex cells or gametes are called sperm.
Assuming you are human you will never have access to male eggs since the human male only have sperm and it's the woman who have eggs. Without sperm - no baby. There are clinics where you can buy sperm and you can do a IVF treatment.
Um, NO! You need sperm, from a male.
The male sex cell is called the sperm and the female sex cells are called the ova (singular: ovum)
The male sex cell is called the sperm. Spermatozoon, plural: spermatozoa
sperm cells or spermatozoa
It is called a sperm cell
This answer is no. If the male has not hit puberty then he cannot produce sperm, which is what makes the woman pregnant. But if the male has hit puberty, it is important to always use a condom.
A gamete. It might be a bit too broad though. In animals the male gamete is always a sperm. In most flowering plants the male gamete is also called sperm.
Male and female reproductive cells, sperm and ovum, are both gametes.
The male gonads, which release sperm and the hormone testosterone, are called the 'testes' (singular: testis).
They are called sperm.
The male is still a male so he does produce sperm. If the male had intercourse before he got his surgery that may be another way that reproduction is possible. But males still genetically make sperm and no matter what a woman turned man does not make sperm b/c inside/naturally they were still a woman unable to make sperm. The only difference is the tool they use has been changed or evolved
Male gametes are made in the testis. male gametes are more-often called sperm.