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IUI Treatment


How Does The IUI Procedure Work?

Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) is a reproductive procedure that involves transferring the male partner's sperm to the female partner's uterus. The goal is to get as many sperms as possible into the fallopian tubes, improving the chances of fertilization.


The eggs of the female partner are first carefully examined. A doctor will use medicines that stimulate ovulation. The doctor will perform the IUI treatment as ovulation approaches. A catheter is used to separate the semen from the seminal fluid and inject it into the uterus. It only takes a few minutes to do this.


Who Is A Qualified For IUI?

Women with abnormal cervical muscles may opt for IUI.
Men who have difficulty ejaculating.
IUI works for some people but not for others because it is reliant on the individual's biological situation. As a result, it's best to speak with an IVF specialist of your choosing to see if IUI is good for you.

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Who Is Not Qualified For IUI?

Not everyone is qualified to undergo the IUI treatment, only

IUI is not recommended in the following circumstances:

Your fallopian tubes are severely obstructed.
You've previously been diagnosed with pelvic infections.
You suffer from mild to severe endometriosis.
IUI has a ten per cent to thirty per cent success rate. If you decide to go forward with IUI, here are some useful hints that will improve your chances of success.

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