The application of endometrial insemination in conjunction with monthly monitoring of the woman’s cycle is an alternative, painless, minimally invasive assisted reproduction process. This procedure involves the ultrasound tracking of the cycle to determine which day the ovum will be released from the ovaries (ovulation).
On this day, the spouse gives a sample of sperm, which is processed, activated, purified from undesirable substances and concentrated. Approximately one hour after taking the sample into the laboratory, the sample is ready to be used for the insemination process. The concentrated specimen by means of a special fine catheter is placed through the cervix in the endometrial cavity, which does not take more than 5 minutes.
This procedure is intended to facilitate a normal conception in the woman’s body by circumventing possible problems such as inhuman cervical mucus or possible mild sperm disorders.
However, necessary conditions for driving a pair into the use of endometrial insemination are both the translucency of the fallopian tubes for the woman and the finding of acceptable sperm parameters such as the mobility and the number of spermatozoa.