Facts about treatment with Insemination (IUI)
Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) is the simplest form of infertility treatment at Trianglen Fertility Clinic.
Insemination with semen from the male partner
Insemination in the uterus with semen from the male partner is one of the options treating unexplained infertility or if the semen quality is slightly decreased.
Insemination with semen from the male partner is often used with a mild hormone stimulation of the woman, if she has compromised egg (oocyte) maturation (long menstruation cycles).
Insemination with donor semen (IUI-D)
Most women who are treated with donor insemination have normal fertility. Therefore it is often easy to obtain pregnancy.
Treatment with donor insemination may be performed on different ’levels’. Insemination with donor semen can be without any hormone stimulation.
Read about the different types of semen donation:
Anonymous’, ‘Extended profile’, ‘Open’ and ‘Own’
Intrauterine insemination in brief
The principle in treatment with intrauterine insemination can be summarised as follows:
The insemination is performed like a normal gynaecological examination. A thin plastic tube is introduced into the uterine cavity ands the sperm sample is injected. In most cases, there is no pain or discomfort associated with the insemination.