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Intrauterine insemination (IUI) is often the first fertility treatment couples who cannot conceive naturally turn to. IUI is a fairly low-tech intervention — washed sperm is inserted into the woman’s uterus through a catheter. In many cases, IUI cycles are regulated with ovulation-inducing drugs like Clomid to make planning the insemination easier, and to boost [...]
Sperm washing is a procedure that is closely associated with Intrauterine Insemination (IUI). There are various types of sperm washing, ranging from a straightforward sperm was to prepare the sperm for IUI, to a HIV sperm wash that is aimed at preventing the spread of HIV to a negative partner and the baby.
Intrauterine insemination (IUI) is a relatively low-tech and non-invasive assisted fertility option. Depending on your reasons for undergoing IUI, you can have IUI using your natural cycles or combine the treatment with fertility drugs such as Clomid. IUI is suitable for many couples with fertility struggles, as well as those who are trying to get [...]
Sperm washing is a procedure carried out prior to intrauterine insemination. It separates healthy sperm from dead sperm or those with abnormalities, and strips the semen of prostaglandins, chemicals that would harm the uterus if sperm were to be directly injected into there. But can sperm washing also play a role in gender selection? Actually, [...]
Many couples who have been struggling with infertility find that intrauterine insemination (IUI) is the solution that will help them get pregnant. IUI is one of the simplest forms of fertility treatment, and it can also benefit those who are trying to conceive with the help of a sperm donor. One detail that not many who have [...]
Intrauterine Insemination, or IUI, helps many women get pregnant. IUI is effectively the modern version of what used to be called simply “artificial insemination”. With IUI, washed sperm is placed directly into the uterus during ovulation, which can either occur naturally or be induced with fertility drugs like Clomid. Intrauterine insemination may the the solution [...]
Intrauterine Insemination, often simply known as IUI, is an effective and relatively non-invasive assisted fertility method that helps large numbers of women achieve pregnancy each year. During IUI, previously medically treated sperm will be inserted directly into the uterus. Who benefits from this type of assisted fertility? When should you consider Intrauterine Insemination?
The makers of The Total Conception advertise their product as a tool for “creating miracles and little wonders.” The first at-home artificial insemination kit, The Total Conception liberates many couples trying to conceive from their need for sperm banks and assisted conception.
When dealing with infertility, there are many things a man and woman may have to go through to be able to conceive. With cases of infertility, the assistance of a reproductive endocrinologist can be vital to determine what the cause is behind the inability to conceive and to best recommend which assisted reproduction techniques can [...]