Intrauterine insemination (IUI) is a procedure which prepared sperm is placed in the womb close to the time of ovulation. The semen is prepared to separate fast moving sperm from sluggish or non-moving sperm.
Who can undergo IUI for infertility treatment?
IUI is not suitable in women with tubal blockage or severe tubal damage, ovarian failure, severe male factor infertility, advanced women age (41 years or more) and severe endometriosis.
IVF refers to a technique of assisted reproduction where the egg and sperm are fertilized outside of the body to form an embryo. This embryo is then transferred to the uterus to implant and become a pregnancy.
Nowadays, Frozen Embryo Transfer or FET is suggested for IVF/ICSI treatment as providing more pregnancy rate than FRESH embryo transfer.
To assess the infertility of female patients. Your doctor may recommend OVARIAN RESERVE to evaluate the treatment. And make recommendations.