Intrauterine Insemination

Improving the odds

First line approach

IUI involves placing pre-treated sperm from a partner into the uterus at the time of ovulation, often following mild ovarian stimulation. It’s especially suitable for women under 35 in cases such as:

  • Mild male factor infertility.
  • Cervical problems.
  • Ovulatory disorders.
  • Unexplained infertility.

What you’ll get

Tailor-made treatment

Treatment plans are highly personalised to each patient, maximising chances of a successful pregnancy.

Best-in-class clinical care

Our exceptional medical care and laboratory protocols exceed established standards for quality and excellence.

No hidden fees

All our technologies are integrated into all treatments, ensuring every patient benefits without additional charges.

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    Treatment phases

    Initial Medical Consultation & Testing

    During your first consultation, your fertility specialist will thoroughly assess your medical history, and discuss available treatment types with you. You may be asked to undergo further health checks, to help tailor your treatment and maximise your chances of a successful pregnancy. These include bloodwork, semen analysis (if applicable), ultrasound of the uterus, tubal patency check and other tests. Please note that IUI can’t be used if your tubes are not permeable.

    Treatment Plan Confirmation

    After receiving your test results, you will chat with your doctor to review the findings and solidify your personalised treatment plan. Your committed patient coordinator will then provide you with a detailed breakdown of the associated costs, for your approval.

    Ovarian Stimulation

    Your doctor will prescribe a tailored hormonal medication plan to mildly stimulate the development of a controlled number of follicles in your ovaries (usually 1 or 2). We will control the progress of the cycle, until we can verify that the number and size of the follicles are suitable. Natural cycle IUI-D might also be a possibility for some patients – this is a question that you can discuss with your fertility doctor while planning treatment.


    When the ovarian follicles reach the desired maturity, we induce ovulation through medication and conduct the IUI procedure approximately 36 hours later. Using a slender cannula, we carefully introduce the specially selected and optimised sperm into your uterus. This is a straightforward, painless, and brief process, typically completed within a few minutes.

    Pregnancy Test

    After the insemination, you will need to wait for 10 to 14 days for a pregnancy test. We can test for pregnancy with a blood test at the clinic.