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What is an intrauterine insemination?

The transfer of the partner's sperm into the uterine cavity

Intrauterine insemination is the introduction of previously selected sperm from the partner into the uterine cavity using a thin tube. The chance of success for this procedure is between 10-15% per cycle, depending on the diagnosis. An intrauterine insemination is a simple treatment with few side effects. It should not be performed more than four to six times since there is a low chance of success after that.

The steps for insemination treatment

1. Promotion of egg maturation

  • 2. Control of egg maturation

  • 3. Triggering of ovulation

  • 4. Semen collection

  • 5. Selection

  • 6. Insemination

Heterologous insemination

The transfer of a donor's sperm into the uterine cavity

In the complete absence of sperm in the partner, for example, as a result of disease, surgery or radiotherapy, intrauterine insemination can be performed with donor sperm (known as heterologous insemination). We will be happy to advise you about this possibility.