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What Is The Insemination? How To Implement?

Infertility problems may occur in couples who have difficulty in having a baby and who cannot achieve pregnancy despite 1 year unprotected intercourse. Insemination can be performed in young partners when the cause of infertility cannot be determined despite all the tests.


What Is The Insemination?

Insemination is the method of releasing sperm into the female reproductive system by any means other than sexual intercourse. Sperm washing during insemination increases the effect. Washed semen is delivered directly into the uterus with the help of special cannulae and injectors, which is treated with a number of chemical substances.

What Are The Conditions of A Successful Insemination?

  1. There must be an egg that the sperm can fertilize to be vaccinated In other words, ovulation problem should not be present in the woman. Controlled ovarian hyperstimulation can be used in ovulation disorders.
  2. The tubes should be able to bring eggs and sperm together. Before performing insemination, the uterine film should show that the tubes are open.
  3. In addition, the man’s sperm analysis results should be normal or at least close to normal. Insemination is not beneficial in people who have little or no sperm in the semen.
  4. There should be no endometrial pathology to prevent the attachment of a pregnancy to insemination.

How To Implement The Insemination?

Before making an insemination decision, the couple must have all the tests for infertility. Ovulation induction should be performed with appropriate drugs and egg cell development should be determined by serial ultrasonography. When these cells reach a sufficient size, a fracture needle should be given. Ideally, insemination is recommended approximately 32 – 36 hours after this needle. If necessary, estrogen values ​​in the blood can be checked during ultrasound monitoring.

Treatment may be interrupted if ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome develops or if suspicion arises. The man should not have had sexual intercourse or ejaculation in the last 3 days. On the day of the procedure, the male gives a semen sample. The preferred method for this is masturbation. The woman then lies in the gynecological examination position. The speculum is inserted, after cleaning with saline, the appropriate catheter is advanced through the cervix into the uterus. Theoretically, this method is recommended to be implemented at most 6-7 times.