IS it permissible in Islam to go for egg donator or other treatment.
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My brother married 6 years back and until now he don`t have any childeren.When we do the semen analysis test and found zero sperms.There are other many ways to get the child.IS it permissible in Islam to go for egg donator or other treatment.
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Articifical insemination for childless
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In the opinion of the majority of the scholars in Islam, there is no harm if when one has a low sperm count or any other medical problem and one uses modern medicine and technology and means of artificial insemination to try to conceive a child, provided the sperm and the egg used to fertilize the ovum are from the same married couple.
But the scholars in Islam have voiced their opinion and declared it impermissible for the couple to try to conceive a child, where the sperm or the egg is from any one other than their very own (surrogate father or mother, etc.).
And Allah Alone Knows Best.
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