What magnification is required to identify sperm?

Answer You can identify individual spermatozoa (sperm cells) with a common microscope that has a magnification power of at least 100X. The normal sperm head is between 2.5 and 3.5 microns wide; the sperm'... Read More »

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What do sperm donor clinics do with the unused sperm?

What would happen if you gave a sperm donor then got a sex change into a woman and took the sperm donor back and used it?

I guess you would have a child exactly like you! Maybe even twins! I don't actually think anyone has ever tried this but maybe sometime they will and then you can find out the answer. Hope my answe... Read More »

Are teenagers sperm less likely to get someone pregnant then adults sperm?

Answer No, its all the same. Sperm is sperm. Answer Not less likley, perhaps a little more likley.

Is it safe to swallow sperm while your pregnant if that sperm is herpes positive?

It's probably not safe to swallow H+ sperm whether you're pregnant or not. I am not a clinical doctor, but this is a question you should ask him or her for a definitive answer to.(And trust me, you... Read More »