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Ukrainian soldiers preserving sperm before going to war so that family continues

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The Russia-Ukraine war is about to complete a year, and in the meanwhile, the Ukrainian government has started the movement of freezing the sperm of the soldiers going to war, for which they are being motivated, so that the families of the soldiers continue after the war even if the soldier is injured or does not return home. The women who would have the preserved sperm of their husbands, will be able to reproduce with the sperm anytime within 20 years.

As a result, 40% of the soldiers got impacted with the information and have started getting their sperm preserved. At the same time, the soldiers’ wives are running a social media campaign about the same.  At the start of the Russia-Ukraine war, Ukraine’s fertility industry was complete destroyed because of Russian attacks, wherein people used to visit from China, America, Britain, France and Italy for surrogacies. And now, Ukraine is bringing back on track, the country’s largest fertility clinic.

Sonakshi Datta
Sonakshi Datta
Journalist who wants to cover the truth which others look the other way from.

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