Reasons for having IUI

  • There is unexplained infertility
  • There are ovulation problems
  • The male partner experiences impotence or premature ejaculation
  • You do not have any known fertility problems but may not have a male partner and are trying for a baby using donated sperm.

Intra Uterine Insemination – Partner

Artificial insemination by partner requires a fresh sample of the partner’s sperm on the day of insemination. The semen is prepared and concentrated prior to placement in the uterus using a fine catheter (intra-uterine insemination). For success, the fallopian tubes must be open. We ensure the female partner is ready to ovulate by scanning the ovaries. We then time the insemination for when the egg is predicted to have been released into the fallopian tube.

Intra Uterine Insemination – Donor

Donor insemination is carried out when sperm are completely absent or if they carry a genetic disorder. Donors are carefully screened and matched to the physical characteristics of the patient. A discussion regarding the implications of donor insemination will be required with the Counsellor to ensure you are both comfortable with the use of a donor.

Semen is prepared and concentrated prior to placement in the uterus using a fine catheter (intra-uterine insemination). For success, the fallopian tubes must be open. We ensure the female partner is ready to ovulate by scanning the ovaries. We then time the insemination for when the egg is predicted to have been released into the fallopian tube.

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