IUI - INTRAUTERINE INSEMINATION
IUI Centre in Shaikpet
At Juhi Fertility, which is the IUI Centre in Shaikpet we impregnate by offering a wide variety of cost-effective solutions to couples who are not able to conceive naturally. IUI or Intrauterine Insemination is one of the popular forms of insemination methods performed in the IUI Centre in Shaikpet.
This procedure involves sperm cells from the male partner or from a donor to be inseminated into the uterus by inserting a very thin flexible catheter through the cervix and injecting washed sperm directly, during or closer to your ovulation period, enabling less time for the sperm to travel to fertilize the egg.
HOW IS IT DONE?
Intrauterine Insemination is a straightforward procedure of IUI treatment in Shaikpet that involves a few simple steps:
Both male and female partners should be present at our facility. In cases where the male partner is not available or the couple has chosen a donor sperm sample, the semen sample is collected and frozen for insemination. The procedure is timed when the female partner is at the optimum period of ovulation, which can be achieved by ovulation induction. Our labs collect the sample and process it by isolating the motile sperm cells from the non-motile ones while removing the seminal plasma by a method known as sperm washing. The final chosen sperm specimen is then loaded and injected into the
IUI Treatment in Shaikpet
WHO IS THIS FOR?
The ideal candidate for such a procedure would be:
- Couples under the age of 35 who tried to conceive by natural means for up to one year
- Couples over the age of 35, who tried to conceive by natural means for six months or more.We recommend this procedure for couples who experience any of the following situations:
- Male infertility factors such as low sperm count or poor sperm motility
- Ejaculation issues for the male partner
- Cervical scar tissue from a previous surgery
- Thick cervical mucus
- Extreme pain during intercourse
- If donor sperm is used
- Women affected by Polycystic Ovary Syndrome
- Unexplained infertility
It should be performed ideally within 6 hours before or during ovulation. If an hCG injection was used, then IUIs are usually performed 28 to 48 hours later.
This is a lab technique used to separate sperm cells from other supporting cells or fluids in the sample provided. This also helps separate the motile sperm from the non-motile sperm.
This is a fairly straightforward, painless procedure and the sensation is akin to having a pap smear. Although, slight cramping may be experienced afterward which will subside after some time.
We recommend resting by lying down flat on the table for about 15 to 30 minutes after the procedure. It is also recommended to reduce certain physical activities such as aerobics or lifting heavy objects.
It generally takes place 6 to 12 days after ovulation.