IUI (intrauterine insemination)

Intrauterine insemination is a method of infertility treatment when sperm, after special preparation, is introduced into the uterine cavity, thereby enhancing the likelihood of conception.

During the IUI procedure, sperm is “taken” through the cervix and uterus and “released” at the entrance of the fallopian tube, giving the male part of the genome a good start. However, the most responsible work – to find and fertilize the egg – the sperm needs to do itself. This task is carried out by the sperm, it is a great natural mystery which we cannot influence.