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I googled stuff, and vasectomies are covered by insurance, because less babies means less money spent by the insurance company
I also googled cryo-freezing sperm, and it costs $$$. It's $500-700 for the extraction and initial freezing. *you still have to do the extraction yourself, which is bullshit* and then it's $300-500 a year for storage.
If you want to get sperm extracted with tubes AFTER your vasectomy, it's called ICSI and it costs $3-10k, NOT covered by insurance. Your lady also has to get in vitro fertilized, which is a process and costs another $10k, unless you just wanted your semen to hold onto.
In vitro fertilization mostly is NOT covered by insurance, and neither is vasectomy reversal.