Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) is an assisted reproductive technique (ART) used to treat infertility.
In this procedure, high-quality sperm collected, washed, and concentrated are placed directly inside a woman’s uterus when the ovary is released.
Whenever the natural ovulatory cycle is off, medication is usually used to trigger ovulation through IUI.
A male partner's semen sample is obtained before ovulation. Prior to the collection of the sample, it is recommended that semen be abstained for two to four days.
The semen sample is expertly processed in a laboratory by our fertility crew. In order to enhance its composition and density, sperm is separated from other components of the seminal fluid.
A maturing ovarian follicle is almost ready for IUI. When IUI is performed, the vagina is lightly cleansed with a speculum on the day of ovulation.
The final step in the process of IUI is insemination. Catheters, a fine, lightweight tube, are used to insert sperm samples into the uterine cavity.
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