Criteria for Using Donor's Sperm

  1. Repeated failures of artificial insemination with husbandís sperm and other assisted reproductive techniques.
  2. Male partners with azoospermia (absence of sperms in the ejaculate).
  3. Patients who cannot afford advanced treatment such as ICSI.
  4. Male partners with genetic disorders that can be transferred to the embryo. Using donorís sperms will eliminate the danger or ensure a healthy offspring.

Comments

guest Tuesday, July 29, 2008

The article is really good. The artificial insemination is really helpful for those couple who doesn't have children. The method is simple and affordable. The couple can have siblings of their own gene. ================== Jack Wide Circles

guest Friday, August 8, 2008

Adaption is the best way to have children not artificial insemination. That's immoral

guest Friday, May 7, 2010

i was googling adaption to see what technique thaqt was as we are trying to get pregnant after several articles on evolution I realized you couldn't spell

guest Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Children are born all the time through Artificial Insemination...so if God has a plan for all children then he has a plan for those too...some in which wouldnt be born without help from Artificial Insemination!

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