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IUI Infertility treatment -

Pammi Kumari
IUI Infertility treatment -

When IUI treatment is recommended?

IUI treatment is recommended in the following circumstances -


Endometriosis is a disorder in which tissue similar to the lining of your uterus grows outside of your uterine cavity. 

The lining of your uterus is called the endometrium which causes infertility. Such patients are given IUI medications for the production of healthy eggs, So IUI treatment 

can be done for better results.


Male infertility- 

In many cases due to low sperm quality and quantity, low motility rate in male couples faces difficulties in conceiving naturally. In such cases, IUI can be used to choose the best sperm for fertilization.

Donor sperm- 

IUI can be beneficial and less invasive for those females who do not face any infertility issues and require donor sperm.

Unexplained infertility- 

When there is a case of unexplained infertility, A good concentration of sperm placed directly in the uterus and medication that induces ovulation can assist couples in becoming pregnant.

Contact infertility specialists at the best IUI treatment centre in Srinagar.

IUI procedure -

  • Semen Analysis - 

A sample of semen is taken from males to check the sperm quality and quantity, and sperm motility.

  • Stimulate ovaries- 

Ovaries are stimulated to produce the egg for ovulation using hormonal injections.

  • Monitoring - 

Monitoring is performed regularly through scans and blood tests to observe drug response.

  • Sperm wash - 

After the semen sample, highly active sperm is separated from normal sperm and then it is washed properly to

remove any mucus and non-motile sperm in the semen to improve the chances of fertilization. 

  • Inseminate-

Inseminate is prepared with a determined concentration of the semen sample.

  • Closely Monitoring the ovulation time - 

The time of ovulation is closely monitored in the female partner with the help of ultrasound and blood tests. In some cases, the patient may even take fertility medication in order to stimulate the process.

  • Speculum-

On the day of ovulation, an instrument called a speculum is used to open the walls of the vagina and open up the cervix. A thin, flexible catheter is then placed inside the cervix to inject the inseminate into the uterus, taking the sperm as close to the eggs as possible. 

This procedure takes about 5-10 minutes, and the patient may experience a little cramping which goes away after some time.

Pammi Kumari
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