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IUI stands for in intrauterine insemination. It’s also sometimes called Artificial insemination, alternative insemination, or donor insemination. IUI works by inserting sperm cells into the uterus at the time of ovulation. It is helping the sperm get closer to your egg, it reduces the time and distance of sperm reach the uterus and making it easier to fertilize the egg.

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Whom does it help

  •  IUI is generally the first line of treatment when medication and timed intercourse does not succeed.
  •  It is recommended for patients with mild to moderate decrease in sperm count and /or motility, or if there is mild endometriosis.
  •  For women who do not ovulate regularly, ovulation induction maybe combined with IUI.
  •  Also, in some couples in whom there is no apparent cause for infertility (unexplained infertility), IUI may be advised.

What are the requirements before IUI?

  • Egg formation and ovulation with or without medications.
  •  Patent tubes.
  •  A normal or mild to moderately decreased sperm count

When you need IUI?

  •   Low sperm counts
  •    Problems with the uterus or fallopian tubes
  •    Problems with ovulation
  •    The inability of sperm to penetrate
  •    An unexplained fertility problem
  •    Cervical Mucus problem