Intrauterine insemination

In technical terms, Insemination is the simplest form of assisted fertilization, and at the same time carries the lower price than the other assisted reproduction methods.

Insemination can be performed with untreated or “processed” sperm which is then inserted directly into the uterus of the woman.

This shortens the pathway for spermatozoids and overcomes potential barriers.

Indications for application are:

  • Idiopathic and immunological subfertility
  • Cervical factors
  • Endometriosis
  • Male subfertility

Requirements for this type of insemination:

  • At least one ovaries tube that is not blocked
  • Good ovarian reserve
  • Normozoospermia or oligoasthenosoospermia at I degree stage