Yes it is
There is no order of draw. A comprehensive metabolic panel is just one tube, an SST or serum separator tube.
If he was 'in' you, you can get pregnant. Whether he ejaculated or not, his pre-ejaculate contains sperm and all it takes is one of those to fertilize an egg.
Yes, you only need one testicle to produce sperm.
6 months and one week.
Yes, a woman can get pregnant with one ovary and one fallopian tube, as long as the fallopian tube is attached to a functioning ovary. The one ovary without a fallopian tube can be used for egg retrieval by your doctor, for IVF if need be. But many many woman have successfully gotten pregnant on their own, with one fallopian tube.
If the tube you had a Etopic pregnancy in was not removed then yes you can become pregnant. Otherwise no.
Yes, you can get pregnant with just one tube. Having one tube decreases fertility, but not by half.
* Yes, you daughter can still get pregnant, but since each ovary takes turns releasing an egg she may have a harder time getting pregnant (although many young women don't.) Please click on this link for more information: http://www.thelaboroflove.com/articles/can-you-still-get-pregnant-if-you-only-have-one-ovary-and-one-fallopian-tube/
Yes, you can.
Can you get Pregnant with only one tube one ovary and being tied?
Chances are good
Of course, you still have the left one.
Yes you can, it might be harder to get pregnant but it only takes one little sperm
If the surgery has been done properly it is very, very unlikely that you can get pregnant. Unfortunately it seems that the surgery is sometimes not done properly, as one hears occasional stories of women who do get pregnant.
A pap smear doesn't make it easier or harder to get pregnant. YOu can certainly get pregnant a week after a pap smear.
The loss of one ovary reduces fertility only by about 50%.