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We provide a complete range of services for the health and well-being of women. Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) is a fertility treatment that can help women accomplish their desire for a family. We can increase your chances of getting pregnant with Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) by injecting specially prepared sperm directly into your uterus.

This procedure can help with fertility concerns like low sperm count, poor sperm motility, and ovulation issues. It is straightforward, painless, and highly successful. We are proud to have helped countless women conceive and start their families through this treatment. Our clinic employs cutting-edge equipment and procedures to guarantee the highest possible success rates.

Benefits of Intrauterine Insemination (IUI)
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Increase the chances of pregnancy
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Less expensive than IVF
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Reduce the risk of side effects
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Monitor your ovulation cycle
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Effective treatment for male infertility
Who is suitable for IUI?

Intrauterine insemination (IUI) is a fertility treatment that involves placing sperm directly into a woman’s uterus during ovulation. We recommend IUI for couples who are experiencing infertility due to a variety of reasons.

The following are types of couples who are good candidates for IUI:

  • Couples with unexplained infertility

    IUI can be a good option for couples who have been trying to conceive for at least a year but have no known fertility problems.

  • Couples with male factor infertility

    Help couples where the male partner has a low sperm count, poor sperm motility or abnormal sperm morphology.

  • Couples with cervical factor infertility

    Support couples where the female partner has cervical mucus that is hostile to sperm, making it difficult for the sperm to reach the egg.

  • Couples with ovulation disorders

    IUI can be advantageous for women having irregular ovulation or who do not ovulate. We use medications to induce ovulation and time the IUI procedure.

  • Same-sex couples or single women

    It can be an excellent option for same-sex couples or single women who want to conceive using donor sperm.

Who is not suitable for IUI?

Certain medical conditions may impact the success of IUI or make couples ineligible for the procedure. These include:

    1. Blocked fallopian tubes

      We do not recommend IUI where the female partner has blocked fallopian tubes. In this case, IVF may be a better option.

    1. Severe male factor infertility

      If the male partner has a lower sperm count or poor sperm motility, IUI may not be successful. In this case, IVF with intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) may be a better option.

    1. Advanced maternal age

      As women get older, the success rates of IUI decrease. In this case, IVF may be a better option.

    1. Endometriosis

      IUI can be unsuccessful if the female partner has severe endometriosis. In this case, IVF may be a better option.

    1. Pelvic infections

      We do not recommend IUI for couples where either partner has an active pelvic disease, as this can increase the risk of complications.

What to expect?

Here is a step-by-step process about what to expect during an IUI cycle:

Initial Consultation

The first step is to schedule a consultation with a fertility specialist to discuss your medical history and fertility concerns and determine if IUI is the right treatment option. Your doctor may recommend preliminary tests to assess ovarian function and overall health.

Ovarian Stimulation

To increase the chances of pregnancy, your doctor may prescribe medications to stimulate your ovaries and encourage the development of multiple follicles (fluid-filled sacs that contain eggs). You must start taking the medication on days 2, 3 or 4 of your menstrual cycle and continue for several days.

Follicle Monitoring

Throughout the ovarian stimulation phase, your doctor will monitor the development of follicles through regular ultrasound examinations. Once the follicles reach a size between 16-18 mm, the doctor will recommend when to take a trigger shot. The trigger shot is a medication that triggers ovulation and prepares the eggs for insemination.

Sperm Collection and Preparation

On the day of the IUI procedure, the male partner will provide a semen sample washed and prepared in the laboratory to remove impurities and concentrate the best-quality sperm. If you employ a sperm donor, the sperm is thawed and prepared in an exact manner.

Insemination Procedure

The insemination procedure takes less than ten minutes. The prepared sperm will be placed directly into the uterus using a thin, flexible catheter that is inserted through the cervix. The procedure is usually painless, but you may experience mild cramping.

Post-Insemination Care

Your doctor will advise you to rest after the insemination before resuming your normal activities. They may prescribe medications, such as progesterone supplements, to help support the pregnancy. A pregnancy test is typically scheduled two weeks after the insemination procedure.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
  • Q1) How long does the process take, and how many cycles are usually required?
  • Q2) How does IUI differ from IVF?
  • Q3) What are the success rates of IUI?
  • Q4) Is IUI painful?
  • Q5) Are there any risks associated with IUI?

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