Intrauterine Insemination (IUI)
Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) is the primary infertility treatment. The doctor will prepare the sperm by selecting sperm that contain good characteristics, such as normal shape and fast running. The sperm will be injected into the uterine cavity on the day of ovulation to induce a pregnancy.
- This is a primary treatment suitable for people with few problems regardless of blocked fallopian tubes or abnormal semen.
- A married couple with a marriage certificate.
- The doctor will give an ovulation induction drug within the first 3-5 days during the period.
- The doctor will make an appointment for an ultrasound to examine the size of the egg and the thickness of the endometrium.
- When the egg grows to 17-18 mm, the doctor will inject an ovulation induction drug (as a subcutaneous injection that can be performed by oneself).
- 36 hours after the injection, the egg will ovulate. Then, the doctor will make an appointment to inject the egg into the uterine cavity (the man's semen will be collected on that day to prepare to inject the sperm into the uterine cavity).