Intrauterine Insemination in Cambodia

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About the Intrauterine Insemination

Problems related to the sperms such as low mobility and motility can also pose a problem in natural conception. Intrauterine insemination (IUI)—a type of artificial insemination—helps the female partner conceive successfully. This treatment is one of the fertility treatments that involves placement of sperms inside the uterus to expedite fertilization.

IUI is different from IVF treatment, in which fertilization is conducted outside the womb of the mother by extracting eggs. Both IUI and IVF treatment have their own benefits.

IVF and IUI cost depends on the number of cycles that are repeated to achieve the desired results. IUI procedure in India is less costly than IVF. Sometimes, both these procedures are performed together on case-to-case basis to increase the chances of successful conception.

How is Intrauterine Insemination performed?

Usually, IUI treatment is painless and is completed in few minutes. The sperm is injected 24 to 36 hours later followed by the injection of the hormone into the womb.

The following three steps are performed during IUI procedure in India:

Step 1: Speculum (medical tool) is inserted into the vagina to keep the vaginal walls aside.

Step 2: A small catheter is threaded into the womb through cervix.

Step 3: Sperms or a single sperm is inserted through the catheter into the womb.

 

Recovery from Intrauterine Insemination

After the treatment, you may experience slight speculum bleeding. It is noticed in the routine gynaecological exam. Cramping is experienced due to the use of speculum during IUI or is could be normal cramping that occurs at the time of ovulation.

To speed up recovery after IUI, make sure that you:

  • Quit smoke, alcohol, and illegal drugs
  • Take rest for short period of time to stop bleeding
  • Take prenatal vitamins and healthy diet as advised by the doctor

Pros and Cons

Pros:

  • It is cheaper and less invasive than other Associated Reproductive Therapies (ART) such as In vitro Fertilization.
  • It has a high success rate with the couples who have unexplained infertility.
  • It is like a Pap smear test and is not painful.
  • Men who have the problem of fertility can have the better chance of impregnating their partner through this procedure.

Cons:

  • Your partner needs to provide the sample within the time that is usually about 24 to 36 hours before the ovulation.

A few patients may experience discomfort in the form of pelvic pain, hot flashes, nausea, and headache because of the use of drugs administered to stimulate ovaries. In rare cases, administration of drugs may lead to swollen and painful ovaries, which could be a symptom of ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS). However, these side effects are mild and disappear once the medication is stopped.

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