How does Artificial Insemination Work?
How does Artificial Insemination Work?
Artificial Insemination

For many years, Artificial Insemination has been practised. It has received extensive research as a fertility therapy option for women who lack a male companion or who are infertile due to the male factor. Numerous pregnancies are conceived through artificial insemination each year. It is thought to be secure and has a respectable success rate.

There is a common pattern among Artificial Insemination treatments.


Choosing the most advantageous times to do Artificial Insemination during your menstrual cycle is the first stage in the operation. 24-48 hours following ovulation are usually when women are at their most fertile. By using test sticks available at the drugstore, you can identify when this is the case by calculating the amount of luteinizing hormone present in your urine (Sicchieri, 2018).

A medication-induced ovulation induction by your reproductive health care practitioner is another option, but it increases your risk of having twins or triplets. Commonly prescribed fertility drugs include

·       Clomiphene citrate

·       Letrozole

·       Gonadotropin therapy


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