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Can I artificially inseminate myself with sperm from a sperm

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Can I artificially inseminate myself with sperm from a sperm donor by using a needleless syringe? I have read that once the sperm has been ejaculated to keep it in a dark place for between 10-20 minutes to liquify before inseminating. Please can you advise me.
Submitted: 7 years ago.
Category: Health
Expert:  Dr. Arun Phophalia replied 7 years ago.



Yes, you can inseminate yourself with the donor semen with a needleless syringe. There is no need of liquefy the semen from a fresh donation of the semen. The liquefaction is only done so the semen does not stick to the syringe. But if you use a 10 or 20 ml syringe, which has a wide bore, the semen would not stick to the walls of syringe and would be easily evacuated.


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