Post mortem sperm
Post mortem sperm retrieval – a matter of life and death
Although sperm procurement and preservation has been become commonplace in situations in which infertility can be easily foreseen, peri- or postmortem sperm procurement for reproductive use in unexpected coma or death is not generally accepted.
Imagine the sudden death of a young husband, the promise of a future together snatched away — except for his sperm, an ethically dubious option for having a family with the one you loved. As discussed in The Atlantic, the practice of post-mortem sperm extraction has been occurring for years.
Dead man’s sperm
Ethics of postmortem sperm retrieval
Turek, Igael Madgar; Posthumous sperm retrieval:
Is it ethical to use a dead man's sperm to father a child? Experts are calling for a consensus on policies surrounding this question, which currently vary widely across the country.
Thankfully for the vast majority of people, post mortem sperm retrieval will never become a reality. While new assisted reproductive technologies are allowing more people than ever to fall pregnant and start the family they desire, the law, at times, does not keep pace with these developments.
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What drives the partners of men who have died to try and have their babies? Jenny Morber delves into the legally and ethically fraught world of post-mortem sperm donation.