Intrauterine Insemination (IUI)
Intrauterine insemination ( IUI ) — a type of artificial insemination — is a procedure for treating infertility. Sperm that have been washed and concentrated are placed directly in your uterus around the time your ovary releases one or more eggs to be fertilized. At the six-day mark, you may approach implantation. Implantation typically occurs about a week after the IUI procedure, so now is the time to monitor for signs of implantation. If you notice some light spotting, this could be implantation bleeding. Some women also experience cramping at implantation.
FAQ
The visit for intrauterine insemination takes about 15 to 20 minutes and is usually done in a doctor's office or clinic. The IUI procedure itself takes just a minute or two and requires no medications or pain relievers.
Finally, the patient is advised to rest for at least 10 minutes after the injection and after that there is no movement restriction and the patient can return to her daily activities.
Hot flashes, Mood swings, Depression, Nausea, headaches, or visual disturbances, Swollen and painful ovaries, signaling ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS), Pelvic discomfort, breast tenderness, or bloating, Ovarian cysts, Swelling or a rash around the injection site.
Before It is best for the husband to have no semen ejaculation 2 to 3 days before the IUI in order to increase the number of sperm. The woman also had a pelvic exam and ultrasound before the IUI, and problems with the ovaries, fallopian tubes, and ability of the uterus to hold the fetus until the pregnancy ended. after IUI The patient can typically return to everyday activities right after the IUI procedure. Bedrest is unnecessary, but activities should be pared down to a lower intensity. Intense exercise can cause premature contractions, preventing implantation. Low-impact exercises such as walking, yoga, and light aerobics are fine. Day-to-day or household activities including carrying light or moderate weights is still ok. But certainly, you should avoid moving or lifting heavy weights or running multiple flights of stairs or engaging in vigorous exercise, or starting a new form of physical activity with your body's not accustomed.
1. Existence of obstruction or severe uterine injury, 2. Menopausal women or women with ovarian defects, 3. Existence of severe disorders in male factors, 4. Advanced cases of endometriosis, 5. More than 3 years have passed since infertility, 6. Existence of severe wounds in the pelvic area.

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