Patients often get confused between IUI, IVF and ICSI. All three of them are ART techniques. Let’s know the difference between them.
Intrauterine insemination or IUI, also known as artificial insemination is the process, in which the sperms are washed and processed inside the uterine cavity, where it will fertilize the eggz after ovulation. In this process the fertilization takes place naturally inside the intended mother’s body in the fallopian tube
The shorter travel time in IUI contributes to a higher pregnancy success rate. This is useful in mild male infertility.
The doctors of Kiran Infertility Centre – Hyderabad advice IVF as useful in cases of unexplained infertility, moderate endometriosis. In this procedure Egg is fertilized using the sperm sample in the laboratory. And after fertilization Embryo is transferred to the mother’s uterus.
IVF with ICSI is a more targeted method of IVF aimed to help men having infertility issues such as low sperm count or poor sperm mobility and morphology. In this technique, the healthy sperm cell is extracted from the semen and directly inserted into the egg for fertilization in a laboratory. The embryo is then transferred into the female partner or surrogate’s uterus.
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