What are the chances of getting pregnant if the man is sterile
The chances of getting pregnant to a man who is sterile is no chance. Sterile means a guy is infertile "No lead in his pencil". [ Source: http://www.chacha.com/question/what-are-the-chances-of-getting-pregnant-if-the-man-is-sterile ]
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- What are the chances of getting pregnant if the man is sterile?
- The chances of getting pregnant to a man who is sterile is no chance. Sterile means a guy is infertile "No lead in his pencil".
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- Q: I know he did not but only coming with this excuse so he can give me no choice but to get an abortion. I still wonder if he is telling the truth! he asked me if I have been with another man? I told no. I have herd that sometimes guys who had vasectomy there is still a chance they can have kids. The weird thing is he always wore a condom every time and always took it off before he finished than he pulled out. I used to tell him " do you want to get me pregnant and he used say no and put a condom on. He told me that he wants to one day have a happy baby. Why would he talk about having kids and use the condom most the time. He obviously was not worried about ST D's since he knew I was clean and did not use a condom sometimes. He is 26 years old and has been in the army and injured his legs. He told me since he has been in the army he has not been the same. He is not normal. He told me that was his input. should I believe him about what he said himself been sterile? Should I have some one call him and talk to him maybe he will come to his senses? when he told me I did not have a reaction because knowing how much of jerk he can be and the head games he plays it was not a surprise. my friend said that I made my self look like a liar by not having a reaction and that doctors dont usually do vasectomy's on people that young.
- A: If you haven't been with anyone else then he probably was lying. He could have it done at that age but doctors don't normally do it on young guys, especially if they don't already have kids. I suppose there could be a chance he had one done and it didn't work, but the lying suggestion seems much more likely. You will have to get a DNA test. Also, an abortion is your choice, not base it on what he says.Harriet
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- A: I think you should discuss this with your doctor and your parent/s or possibly a counsellor - talk to them about it because it's a difficult decision. Is egg freezing an option?If you think your chances to conceive in the future would be very low, and you really want a kid - then I say go for it - sperm donor probably the best idea if you can afford that. It would be best to wait until you've finished college but like I said it depends on your problem, also how much other support you have (savings etc.). Also think about the kid not just your own maternal instincts, remember it's a real person, won't always stay a baby.You're right for not wanting to have random casual sex though - wouldn't be fair on the kid and you would also risk an STD.Harriet
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