Supporting insemination is a form of infertility treatment and can be performed by introducing a suitably prepared sperm into the female genital tract during ovulation. There are several options for supporting insemination: vaginal, intracervical, intrauterine, intratube, intrafollicular, intracavitary (in the abdominal cavity), perfusion of sperm in the fallopian tubes.
The most common form of supporting insemination is an intrauterine insemination (IUI).
IUI is a form of infertility treatment and can be performed by introducing a properly prepared sperm into the uterus during ovulation.
The procedure can be performed as in a natural menstrual cycle, and by using the inductors of superovulation.
During IUI with sperm of donor we use only cryopreserved sperm. It is acceptable to use donor sperm obtained from other institutions with donor sperm bank.
It is permitted to use only frozen / thawed donor sperm after receiving repeated (6 months after the date of sperm delivery) negative test results for HIV, syphilis and hepatitis. Using of frozen / thawed sperm allows:
- implementation of measures to prevent transmission of HIV, syphilis, hepatitis and other infections;
- exclude the possibility of meeting the donor and recipient.