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Intrauterine insemination (IUI) is a process in which sperm cells are artificially placed in the uterus with the help of a catheter in order to ensure that more sperm are available and accessible to a woman’s egg. This procedure aids fertilization and conception and is widely used amongst people nowadays. The woman feels no pain or side effects during IUI. However, one may ask why he or she should opt for artificial insemination.
Here are some reasons, why.
Cervical Mucus Deprivation
Sometimes a woman’s cervical mucus, which is an essential component in the process of conception is scanty. It may even be that the mucus is hostile to sperm. The process of IUI ensures that sperm reaches the uterus directly, bypassing the cervix and the cervical mucus.
Insufficient Sperm Count
Men who face low sperm count issues may often be left with frustrating questions about why they are unable to impregnate. Sperm must be healthy. With IUI, this problem can be dealt with efficiently.
Antibodies in Sperm
The vital step in an IUI process is to discard any damaged or infected sperm and place only healthy sperm in the uterus. In case, the man is facing infertility issues due to antibodies, this process can help greatly.
Women are likely to face ejaculation issues due to vaginal muscle contractions or psychological reasons while men suffer from retrograde ejaculation – where the semen goes back into the bladder. IUI can dodge such problems.
Problems in the Act of Sex
Couples who cannot naturally have intercourse as a result of disability, injury, or premature ejaculation need not give up their dreams of having children. In fact, IUI is also opted by single women or couples with the same gender.
With expert doctors from Male Fertility Center on your side, there is nothing to worry about and there’s so much to be optimistic about.
In vitro fertilization i.e. IVF is a major treatment in infertility by which egg cells are fertilized by sperm outside the body. It is a method that is performed by skilled professionals in a technologically-equipped and sterile laboratory. It constitutes a complex series of procedures that only when performed methodically give desired results.
The steps involved in the IVP process are as follows.
Step – 1 of IVF
The first step involves monitoring and stimulating a woman’s ovulatory process so that the ovum or ova from the woman’s ovaries can be collected.
Step – 2 of IVF
In the second step, the previously collected sperm of the man and woman’s egg are let to fertilize in a fluid medium.
Step – 3 of IVF
The fertilized egg, after three to five days, is now called a zygote. This zygote is transferred to the women’s uterus (womb).
This entire process will establish a successful pregnancy. At Male Fertility Center, we also keep fertilized embryos safe for future IVF attempts.
ICSI is essentially an additional procedure known as intracytoplasmic sperm injection which will only be suggested to you by doctors if you have had any past failed IVF attempts. In this process, a sperm is injected directly into a mature egg so that the process of fertilization receives further assistance.
It is possible that severe male infertility issues can result in failed IVF attempts. In such cases, a sperm cell is injected into a mature egg and then placed in the womb for conception.
IMSI stands for intracytoplasmic morphologically-selected sperm injection. It is an advancement that came into existence in 2004 as a means to assist the procedure of ICSI. In simple words, embryologists, using a high powered lens, choose sperm cells that are of greater quality. By using selected sperm cells in the ICSI process, the chance of the procedure becoming a success is much higher.
Our team of doctors will devise an individualized ICSI / IMSI treatment care plan that will focus on achieving a healthy pregnancy and baby. Male Infertility Center is the best fertility center in Hyderabad where we provide dedicated support throughout your fertility journey, from your initial consultation to treatment, your pregnancy test, and beyond.