INTRAUTERINE ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION
Artificial Insemination is a procedure of low complexity, outpatient, the candidate couples for this treatment have:
Slight seminal alteration | Minimal or mild endometriosis | Alteration in the cervix | Ovulation problems.
Artificial insemination improves the ability of interaction between sperm and ovum to reach the tubes, and be fertilized. Ovarian stimulation is performed with a lower dose of medication and lower cost. For the treatment of intrauterine artificial insemination, it is necessary to check the permeability of at least one fallopian tube. (Unlike in vitro fertilization).
The process of ovulation is monitored by hormonal tests and ultrasound.
After 2 to 3 days of withdrawal (without ejaculation) semen is collected. The sample is cleaned by placing it in a special solution that facilitates the mobilization and progression of sperm.
The sample is placed in a flexible catheter and injected into the uterine cavity through the cervix.