- IUI (Intra uterine insemination)
- Intrauterine insemination (IUI) is a process where sperm are obtained from semen, cleansed, and then placed into a woman's uterus. Often, IUI is performed in conjunction with Ovulation Induction.
When Is IUI Treatment Used?
- Male infertility
- Hostile cervical mucus
- Unexplained infertility
- If treatment with fertility drugs alone is not successful
- Sexual dysfunction (difficult or impossible to engage in normal sexual intercourse)
- If a sperm donor is being used
IUI (AID, AIH)
- The Sperm Bank operates according to strict scientific and bioethics laws which are followed throughout the donation process and after the frozen donor sperm has been thawed.
- Donor’s sperm is frozen using rapid freezing at pick up and is stored in a liquid nitrogen tank at -196℃.
- Sperm donation is strictly managed and only accepted after a series of examinations of the donor such as , blood type, Hepatitis, AIDS, Adult T Lymphocytic Leukemia virus, blood DNA and genetic testing has been completed and the donor has been cleared and approved for donation.