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Can a diabetic father age 65 donate testicle to his son?

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I doubt any Dr. would ever even be willing to perform that surgery. Most Dr.s would simply say for you to just donate your semen for your son to use if he is unable to make any sperm himself. That is way more safe and effective than trying to transplant a testicle. Even if he could be able to take your donated testicle and keep it alive on his body, which is very difficult to do and hardly ever even attempted, it would still be your sperm and your genetics ejaculating out of your donated testicles, just like if you ejaculated them from that same testicle when its attached to your body. Why take all that risk, expense, pain, and end up with the most likely outcome of your donated testicle wastefully dying off after being transplanted on to him? Its so much safer and eaiser to have you masturbate to ejaculation, and use it either as fresh sperm or frozen sperm for inseminating his wife whenever they desire to have a baby. That would achieve exactly the same pregnancy as any testicle transplant would. Plus, you can be sure of being able to make endless new sperm with your testicles remaining on your body and staying safe and healthy. So few testicle transplants have ever been done that they are just research and experimental at best and not done in most cases. Keep your balls right where they are on you and easily donate your sperm to your son. He doesn't need your testicles attached to him to have you provide endless fresh sperm whenever he wants any.
Artificial testoserone can be given to your son to provide that function of his testicles if his don't make testosterone for him. Lots of men and boys successfully use artificial testosterone as their only source of male hormones to achieve all of the usual and desired masculine body features and sexual abilities of other men.
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