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About IUI

IUI is a fertility treatment in which sperm is directly placed into the uterus of the woman. When couples have problems with their health, they often fail to conceive through the natural process. In IUI, the sperm is washed and concentrated and placed directly into the uterus, bringing a better chance for the sperm to come closer to the egg.

Overview

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Who should consider IUI?

LGBTIQ couples male factor infertility

Male partners with frozen sperm samples

Single women wanting to conceive

Women with unexplained infertility

Hypothalamic women (thyroid imbalances)

Women with ovulation problems(such as PCOS, PCOD, endometriosis)

Males with semen abnormalities or ejaculatory dysfunction

Benefits of IUI

The procedure is less invasive

It is less expensive compared to IVF and ICSI

The procedure is not painful

It does not require anesthesia

The procedure does not take more than 15-20 minutes

Why Pristyn Care for IUI treatment?

Highly experienced and top-rated fertility specialists

Advanced infertility labs

Home sample collection available

Online and offline consultation

Transparency maintained in every step of the treatment

Treatment

Curing infertility with IUI treatment

IUI treatment procedure explained step-by-step

Step 1:

Consultation with a fertility specialist – Consulting with a good fertility specialist is crucial for the entire treatment procedure. The IUI doctor would try to understand your health condition during the consultation and provide you with the best medications and lifestyle habits to prepare your body for IUI treatment.

Step 2:

Stimulating the production of eggs – If the diagnosis reports point towards any abnormalities with the woman’s ovulation, the fertility doctor may recommend medication to amplify the production of the eggs. The ovulation stimulation can also be done by injecting drugs into the female’s body.

Step3:

Tracking your monthly cycle – The fertility specialist would then follow your monthly cycle to determine the best time to begin the IUI treatment. The menstrual cycle tracking can be done either by monitoring the cervical mucus and its temperature or with the help of ovulation cycle tracking kits.

Step 4:

Induce ovulation – Once a ripe egg is present, a patient is given a “trigger shot” that causes ovulation within about 36 hours. The trigger shot is usually given by a nurse at the clinic or self-administered at home.

Sperm 5:

Sperm harvesting – For IUI treatment, the couple and the doctor may decide whether to use fresh sperm or frozen sperm. If the couple chooses to use fresh sperm, the male partner or the donor will need to produce it at the fertility clinic by masturbating. If the couple decides to use frozen sperm, they can get in touch with any infertility treatment labs nearby. Frozen sperm is defrosted and then washed to eliminate the impurities before they are used for the treatment.

Sperm 6:

Insertion of the sperm / insemination – Once the female ovulates and the sperm is washed out of all impurities and dirt, and the fertility doctor uses a thin, flexible catheter to implant the sperm into the female partner’s uterus. Unlike IVF, IUI does not involve any painful steps. However, the insertion of the catheter may cause the female to feel slight cramps and discomfort.

Sperm 7:

Pregnancy test – This is the last step of the IUI treatment, wherein the doctor checks if the treatment has been successful or not. This test can be done two weeks after the sperm has been implanted in the uterus. If the pregnancy is not successful, the doctor might repeat the entire procedure or suggest another treatment line.

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Step 1:

Consultation with a fertility specialist – Consulting with a good fertility specialist is crucial for the entire treatment procedure. The IUI doctor would try to understand your health condition during the consultation and provide you with the best medications and lifestyle habits to prepare your body for IUI treatment.

Step 2:

Stimulating the production of eggs – If the diagnosis reports point towards any abnormalities with the woman’s ovulation, the fertility doctor may recommend medication to amplify the production of the eggs. The ovulation stimulation can also be done by injecting drugs into the female’s body.

Step3:

Tracking your monthly cycle – The fertility specialist would then follow your monthly cycle to determine the best time to begin the IUI treatment. The menstrual cycle tracking can be done either by monitoring the cervical mucus and its temperature or with the help of ovulation cycle tracking kits.

Step 4:

Induce ovulation – Once a ripe egg is present, a patient is given a “trigger shot” that causes ovulation within about 36 hours. The trigger shot is usually given by a nurse at the clinic or self-administered at home.

Sperm 5:

Sperm harvesting – For IUI treatment, the couple and the doctor may decide whether to use fresh sperm or frozen sperm. If the couple chooses to use fresh sperm, the male partner or the donor will need to produce it at the fertility clinic by masturbating. If the couple decides to use frozen sperm, they can get in touch with any infertility treatment labs nearby. Frozen sperm is defrosted and then washed to eliminate the impurities before they are used for the treatment.

Sperm 6:

Insertion of the sperm / insemination – Once the female ovulates and the sperm is washed out of all impurities and dirt, and the fertility doctor uses a thin, flexible catheter to implant the sperm into the female partner’s uterus. Unlike IVF, IUI does not involve any painful steps. However, the insertion of the catheter may cause the female to feel slight cramps and discomfort.

Sperm 7:

Pregnancy test – This is the last step of the IUI treatment, wherein the doctor checks if the treatment has been successful or not. This test can be done two weeks after the sperm has been implanted in the uterus. If the pregnancy is not successful, the doctor might repeat the entire procedure or suggest another treatment line.

In our Doctor’s Words

Dr. Shilpa Gupta

MBBS, MS - Obstetrics & Gynaecology

12 Years Experience Overall

In our Doctor’s Words

More often than not, people directly start to consider IVF. This is perhaps because of its popularity in media and pop culture. But medically, the IUI, that is- intrauterine insemination is always the first course of action. It is simpler, cheaper and shows direct result in cases of mild male factor infertility, endometriosis-related problems or infertility because of cervix. This is why Ill suggest do not just blindly go for treatments. Do your research, tests and seek the root cause of infertility. Only that can decide the best assisted reproductive method for you.

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Frequently Asked Questions

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What is the success rate of IUI at 40?

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What is the difference between IUI and IVF?

Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) and In-Vitro Fertilization (IVF) are the two most commonly used fertility treatments. Both IVF and IUI are used to help couples who face trouble conceiving naturally. However, there is a thin line of difference between the two procedures.

In IUI, the sperm is placed directly into the uterus using a speculum.
In IVF, the eggs are surgically removed and are fertilized with the sperm on a dish, in a lab-assisted environment. The fertilized egg is then transferred into the uterus.

Why Choose Pristyn Care for IUI Treatment in Mysore?

Pristyn Care works with some of the top IUI specialists/ fertility specialists of the country who have years of experience in leading couples to the joys of parenthood.

Pristyn Care is associated with the top IUI hospitals, IUI clinics and IUI labs in Mysore that are equipped with state-of-the-art facilities required to perform advanced IUI procedures.

IUI specialists working with Pristyn Care do a thorough consultation in case of every patient to understand their problems, evaluate their health condition and then determine the treatment method that will work best.

Pristyn Care makes sure that the team is there for the patient throughout the treatment course. It is not just a treatment for us, it is a path to your happiness, where every person involved works as a team.

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