Artificial insemination is a word that covers a variety of techniques of placing sperm into the female genital area. The reasons of using this kind of procedure is to help treat certain kinds of infertility (The weaken ability or the inability to conceive and have offspring.
In both men and women.) It's a popular infertility treatment for men who have very low sperm counts or sperm that aren't strong enough to swim through the cervix and up into the fallopian tubes. Artificial insemination is also sometimes an option for women who have endometriosis (The existence of tissue that normally grows inside the uterus (womb) in an abnormal anatomical location.
Or abnormalities of any of their reproductive organs.)
In vitro fertilisation (IVF) is the process used to conceive a child outside the body. A woman's eggs and man's sperm are placed together in a plastic dish for fertilisation. This process is used when used when there is a very small probability of a sperm fertilizing an egg or when the woman’s oviducts are blocked, needed for a couple, who may have infertility, tubal infertility, When the ovaries of the female partner are non-functional or inaccessible, When uterus is absent or non-functional, and reduced level of sperms in a male is often described as oligospermia.
The first steps of in vitro fertilisation are to stimulate the ovaries. The hormones are usually given to stimulate the ovaries to produce more than the usual one egg per cycle. This is to enable the collection of several eggs. The development of the eggs is monitored by one or two blood tests and ultrasounds. The ultrasound and blood tests ensure that eggs are collected at precisely the right time.
The second step is collecting the eggs. The ultrasound is inserted in the vagina and a very fine needle is threaded through a guide, which is attached to a probe. Only a light anaesthetic is required for this procedure. The ultrasound monitor shows where the follicles are. The needle pierces...