What is the Insemination (Insemination) Procedure?

Insemination is the first reference point when a problem leading to non-pregnancy and arising from the man occurs regardless of regular intercourse. In this procedure, the purpose is to ensure pregnancy by increasing the number of quality sperms reaching the egg.

What are the conditions for initiating insemination procedure?

Insemination is an infertility treatment for the patients failing to have pregnancy regardless of regular intercourse. Insemination procedure is preferred especially by the families with fertility issues caused by the man unless such patients suffer from intense sperm disorder.

What are the stages of insemination procedure?

The ovulation procedure under doctor supervision is the first step of insemination. In general, tablet or low dose egg developing needles are applied depending on the menstrual cycle. By this way, the ovarian area is stipulated. Following ovarian development (approximately 10 days), the egg hatches by means of a hatching needle (HCG). The sperms collected within 34-40 hours in accordance with vaccination times then pass through a series of procedures in the laboratory and injected to the uterus by catheters. This allows the sperms to travel a shorter distance. Furthermore, high quality sperms are selected in the shortest time since the sperms are injected to uterus.
Insemination is a simple, indolent and rapid procedure without anesthesia. The patient rests for 15-20 minutes following this procedure and pregnancy test (Bhcg test) is requested after 12 days.

What is considered success in insemination procedure? What are the factors affecting success?

The patient’s age and sperm quality are key factors for maternity. The maternity chance increases for younger patients.

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