Procedure of Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) Treatment
This is an artificial way of treating infertility. IUI can be performed with normal cycles or fertility medications. This is the procedure of placing washed and concentrated sperm into the uterus. When the ovary releases one or more eggs to be fertilized sperm is placed directly to get mixed.
The procedure of intrauterine insemination is not complicated but you need to take care of various conditions and different factors. Mostly this procedure is performed when any of the partners have any fertility problem and unable to conceive a baby naturally. The main target of doing intrauterine insemination is, making a normal pregnancy by putting a sperm and hope for getting attached with a waiting egg.
Why intrauterine insemination is performed
Mostly it is performed when both the partners and one of the partners is suffering from infertility problems. It can cause them trouble with normal pregnancy. But there are some other reasons that can make them do this process. Some of the most common reasons for which intrauterine insemination is performed.
Subfertility (Mild male infertility)
One of the initial stages of the fertility test is, testing the semen of your partner. It can detect any types of semen problems including motility of semen, average sperm concentration, abnormalities in sperm, and shape abnormalities of the semen.
11 steps of intrauterine insemination can overcome some of these problems. Because with this procedure the lower quality sperm can be replaced with high-quality semen. Which increases the chance of pregnancy?
These are very common situations when sperm quality is too bad for use in the process. In these cases, donor sperm is used in the process of pregnancy. You can find many types of donor sperm in the lab; mostly they are frozen in a special container that can store them safely. In the intrauterine insemination procedure, they are used to make the process smooth.
This is a very rare condition but it can develop in anyone. Some women face many types of the reaction of allergy with the semen of the partner. And proceeding with those allergic reactions is not safe. Some of the common allergic reactions include redness of the skin, burning and swelling when the semen touches the skin.
Using a condom can prevent these symptoms but also wearing a condom can prevent you from having a child. Intrauterine insemination can be very effective in these cases since before the sperm is inserted, may proteins are removed from the semen.
Cervical is situated in the lower back of the uterus. The opening between the uterus and vagina is caused by the cervix. Cervix helps the sperm to travel through the fallopian tube by producing mucus. Having any problem in the mucus can cause many troubles for the sperm to swim through fallopian tubes, such as the thickness of the mucus, low production of the mucus, etc. Intrauterine insemination procedure causes the sperm to directly reach the fallopian tubes.
Intrauterine insemination procedure is very helpful for the couples if any of them has the above-mentioned complications in the process of pregnancy.