What is IUI?

IUI treatment involves pushing the washed prepared sperm into the utreus by using a plastic catheter. IUI is done during the time of ovulation.

Why IUI is done?

  • Sperm Problems

  • Sexual Problems

  • Ovulation Problems

  • Cervical Problems

  • Unexplained Infertility

  • 3rd Party reproduction

  • Gender Selection

Preparation for IUI

At the beginning of menstrual cycle ultrasound scan is done and medicines are started for ovarian stimulation (follicular growth). Follicular growth is tracked by scans 3 - 4 times in the next 10 days. Once the follicles are matured Inj. HCG is given for timing ovulation. Then IUI is done 24 - 48 hrs after HCG Inj.

Semen Collection

Sperm sample is collected by ejaculating in a clean container given in the clinic. Clinic provides a room to collect the semen sample.

Sperm preparation

Semen sample collected by the husband is processed in the andrology laboratory. Semen is washed, filtered and a concentrated solution containing most active motile sperms is pushed into the uterus.

Success Rate

The success rate of IUI varies from 10% to 20% depending on the female age, husband's sperm parameters and cause of infertility.