What is insemination ?
Intrauterine insemination represents the injection of selected and activated spermatozoa directly into the uterus. It is performed around the time of ovulation.
Intrauterine insemination is recommended for mild to moderate forms of the male factor of infectility (reduced spermatozoon concentration or reduced prognostic). It is also suitable in the presence of problems with the cervical mycosis. Uterine insemination may be the treatment of choice for ectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation, or other medical reasons. However, this method of treatment is recommended in case of infertility.
Two variants of intrauterine insemination are possible:
- Intrauterine insemination with sperm from spouse
- Intrauterine inseminationc with sperm from donor.
The method includes:
- Stimulation medications (if necessary)
- The use of medicines is intended for the purpose of more follicles, respectively – for more eggs. It monitors the development and development of follicles through ultrasound examinations and full-scale tests to determine the levels of productivity.
- Seed treatment
- The treatment is performed with the help of various methods, depending on the characteristics of the spermatozoa. The aim is to isolate a higher percentage of good motile spermatozoa with normal morphology.
- Injection of treated sperm into the uterus
Injection takes place around the moment of ovulation. The procedure is performed with the help of a thin soft pad and is painless. In some cases, after the insemination, progestogen preparations should be used to support the function of the corpus luteum.
The percentage of susceptibility to intrauterine insemination depends on the quality of the spermatozoa, the ovarian factors, and the same.