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Is artificial insemination possible with a deadman's sperm ?

My boyfriend passed away early Sunday morning. Is there anyway I can still undergo articifial insemination with his sperm?
Asked On : Wed, 16 Mar 2011
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Dear natasha
Sperm is a different story. I have heard of harvesting of sperm from males several hours post mortem and then freezing the resulting specimen in liquid nitrogen. This "harvesting", however, usually only produces sperm that can only be utilized for assisted reproductive technologies -- in-vitro fertilization. Sperm can also be collected voluntarily at a fertility lab, frozen in liquid nitrogen, and stored, before these sorts of situations arise. Frozen sperm can be stored as long as you wish in a reputable storage facility. Depending on the count and motility of the sperm, you can use the banked sperm as you wish without having to use advanced assisted reproductive technologies,
But i dont know either this technique available there or not
Sorry to hear, Take care
Answered: Wed, 16 Mar 2011
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