Baby’s father, Richard Pott, developed testicular cancer when he was 21 and doctors advised he freeze samples of sperm before embarking on treatment that might leave him infertile…
Although becoming a father wasn’t a priority for him then, 25 years later – the longest that sperm has been kept frozen and then successfully used for IVF in the UK – Richard got to finally use his frozen sperm to become father to daughter Vivienne.
Read Baby Conceived Using Oldest ‘Rainy Day’ Sperm Frozen Since 1987, HugffPost LifeStyle, 6/02/2012.
6 thoughts on “IVF Baby born after being conceived using Sperm that has been kept frozen for 25 Years”
This is priceless. So sometimes one must think beyond what seems obvious. Lol..
Yea, and some researchers even suggest that Frozen Embryos Transfer leading to bigger, heavier, healthier Babies
If we have Albert Einstein, it will be good. (^___^)
yes, how many Einsteins by Centuries… ?
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