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. In most cases, an urgent court order is needed to retrieve sperm. This is a problem because while the judge is coming to a decision, every hour that the sperm lies in the body after death decreases the chance of finding live sperm.
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Postmortem Sperm Retrieval (PMSR)
Ethics of postmortem sperm retrieval | Human Reproduction | Oxford Academic
Our purpose was to determine the time interval from death to a successful procedure. Main outcome measures were retrieval of vital sperm, pregnancies and births. PSR was performed 7. Sperm was retrieved in all cases and was motile in 14 cases. In two cases, testicular and epididymal tissues were cryopreserved without sperm evaluation, and in one case, no motility was detected. IVF and ICSI were performed in two cases in which sperm had been retrieved 30 h after death, and both resulted in pregnancies and live births.
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Posthumous sperm retrieval
Posthumous sperm retrieval PSR is a procedure in which spermatozoa are collected from the testes of a human corpse after brain death. There has been significant debate over the ethicality and legality of the procedure, and on the legal rights of the child and surviving parent if the gametes are used for impregnation. Cases of post-mortem conception have occurred ever since human artificial insemination techniques were first developed, with sperm donated to a sperm bank being used following the death of the donor. While religious arguments have been brought against the process even under these circumstances, far more censure has arisen from a number of quarters with regards to invasive retrieval from fresh cadavers or patients either on life support or in a persistent vegetative state , particularly when the procedure is carried out without explicit consent from the donor.
Carson Strong, Jeffrey R. Gingrich, William H. Postmortem sperm retrieval was first reported in by Rothman, in a case involving a year old man who became brain dead following a motor vehicle accident and whose family requested sperm preservation Rothman, Ohl et al.