The aim of this article is to inform you about the possibilities of insemination by the doctor. You will find out what hormone stimulation is and learn about the process of sperm washing. At the end of the article you will find our P4B check. Through this article we would like to offer you a basis for decision-making on your way to child happiness!
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Medical insemination: fertilisation within the woman's body
Medical insemination is a branch of artificial insemination that takes place inside the woman's body. In artificial insemination, a distinction is made between "fertilisation inside the woman's body" and "fertilisation outside the woman's body". Partner4Baby has highlighted a total of 4 methods of medical insemination.
These methods are divided into intracervical(ICI), intrauterine(IUI), intratubal(ITI) and intrauterine tuboperitoneal insemination(IUTPI). We have prepared the individual options for you and would like to guide you step by step through the individual methods.
With all 4 insemination options, sperm transfer takes place through the doctor.
Brief explanation of the distinction between the term "sperm donation
If the sperm donation is homologous, it is the partner's own donation. If the sperm donation is heterologous, it is an external donation. In this article, we use sperm donation as a term for both forms. You can read more about this in our article "Artificial insemination through sperm donation".
Brief explanation of the distinction of "fertilisation within the woman's body".
Artificial insemination is divided into 2 areas. The first area is "fertilisation inside the woman's body". We will go into this area in more detail in this article. Are you interested in this area? You can also read our article on this topic: "Home insemination".
The second area of artificial insemination involves "fertilisation outside the woman's body". Find out more about this topic in our article: In-Vitro & ICSI.