IUI is a fertility procedure in which sperm is injected directly into the uterus of a woman.

In normal conception, the sperm need to pass through the vagina and the cervix, through the uterus, then on into the fallopian tube. Through IUI the sperm are “washed” in a concentrated way and are then inserted directly into the uterus. This places them closer to eggs.

Infertility isn’t a disease so treating it as a condition is not a good idea. Infertility is a disease and scientists have discovered methods to treat it. The old-fashioned belief that the main victims of infertility are women, is no longer an untruth. Infertility is a problem that can affect males too.

In normal circumstances reproduction involves the interaction of male and female sexuality. It involves a woman who ovulates and then releases an egg, which then is released via the Fallopian tube and into the Uterus.

However, the male also plays a crucial role in this play of two. The male must make the sperm. The egg and fertilized sperm join within the Fallopian tube by way of fertilization.

However, it is most often due to an issue in the egg or the sperm. It could also be because of the failure of the embryo to implant itself – in layman’s terms it’s described as a “Hostile Uterus“. 

1. PELVIC INFLAMMATORY DISEASE : This could cause harm to your fallopian tube. It’s typically associated with conditions like Chlamydia and Gonorrhea.

2. ENDOMETRIOSIS : This disease affects women. It is usually affecting the women’s reproductive life. One of the first signs of the condition is pelvic pain as well as painful menstrual cycles. When this happens the lining tissue of the uterus begins to grow out of the uterus. This could cause damage to the ovaries as well as that of the fallopian tube.

3. The stress of life is one of the top causes of stress, which has accelerated the PCOS prevalence in women. Stress and unhealthy lifestyles can cause issues with a menstrual flow such as skipping a month, having a cycle that occurs twice a month, having a heavy flow, or brownish color of menstrual blood instead of the bright red all of these are indications that your body signals you to that must be taken seriously.

Let’s discuss the subject of male infertility.

As with women’s tests for fertility, there are tests for fertility in men, too. One should not overlook the possibility of these issues. Most often due to the stigma of society, men avoid these tests, even though it’s crucial to have the test taken in the early years.

Infertility is one of the issues which cannot be identified without the right tests, therefore performing a test like this is nothing more than being conscious and attentive and taking the necessary steps. Also, having a test performed in the early years of life helps in the efficient and better reduction of possible signs.

The initial step to any treatment is always the diagnosis, which is followed by the required intervention. This test for men typically is a semen analysis.

It’s fast, efficient, and vital. It is a routine test in this area. If there is an abnormal result from the semen test The doctor may examine it with other tests. What makes the semen analysis so crucial? In the end, what exactly is it that it can reveal? This test is vital as it assists in identifying the most important conditions and concerns like:

1. Azoospermia: It is a condition in which there is no semen in the sample of sperm.

2. Oligospermia: The reason for this is that in this case there is a sperm count that’s very low.

3. Motility: This disorder affects the sperm’s movement which reduces the chance of fertilizing the egg.

4. Teratozoospermia: In this instance, the issue is primarily concerned with the morphology of male sperm.

Procedure Of IUI

Other common causes of male infertility:

1. Over-training: Yes, too much of anything can be healthy. A long-term workout can strain the body and could trigger the release of excessive steroids and thus affecting fertility.

2. Stress is the most common cause of infertility among both genders females and males.

3. Obesity is a different factor that can influence fertility.

4. Drug abuse is another reason that causes infertility for males and females. Smoking, drinking excessively of alcohol, and marijuana can contribute to infertility for males as well as females.

5. The feeling of lightheadedness or jitteriness.

6. A sudden weight gain that is greater than 5 pounds.

7. Shortness of breath.

8.  Nausea and vomiting.

9.  Acute pelvic or abdominal pain.

10.  An abrupt increase in abdominal size.

But why do people favor IUI treatment?

In the first place, it’s cheaper than other costly infertility treatments.

The success rate of this method is admirable. It doesn’t require ongoing treatment or an extensive series of surgeries or even the need to undergo long-term treatment. The process is very simple and therefore widely accepted in the world of science.

Contact KISHORI IVF now to schedule a consultation with our experts and start your journey towards parenthood.

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