13 Facts About Artificial insemination


Artificial insemination techniques were originally used mainly to assist heterosexual couples to conceive where they were having difficulties.

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Intracervical insemination is the method of artificial insemination which most closely simulates the natural ejaculation of semen by the penis into the vagina during intercourse.

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Intrauterine Artificial insemination involves injection of washed sperm directly into the uterus with a catheter.

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Unlike ICI, intrauterine Artificial insemination normally requires a medical practitioner to perform the procedure.

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One of the prominent private clinic in Europe has published a data A multiple logistic regression model showed that sperm origin, maternal age, follicle count at hCG administration day, follicle rupture, and the number of uterine contractions observed after the second Artificial insemination procedure were associated with the live-birth rateThe steps to follow in order to perform an intrauterine Artificial insemination are:.

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Intrauterine tuboperitoneal Artificial insemination involves injection of washed sperm into both the uterus and fallopian tubes.

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Intratubal Artificial insemination involves injection of washed sperm into the fallopian tube, although this procedure is no longer generally regarded as having any beneficial effect compared with IUI.

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The literature is conflicting on immobilization after Artificial insemination has increasing the chances of pregnancy Previous data suggests that it is statistically significant for the patient to remain immobile for 15 minutes after Artificial insemination, while another review article claims that it is not.

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In many cultures donor Artificial insemination is religiously and culturally prohibited, often meaning that less accessible "high tech" and expensive ARTs, like IVF, are the only solution.

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Artificial insemination is used for pets, livestock, endangered species, and animals in zoos or marine parks difficult to transport.

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Artificial insemination is much more common than natural mating, as it allows several female animals to be impregnated from a single male.

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Artificial insemination improved breeding efficiency by the use of antibiotics to control bacterial growth, decreasing embryonic mortality, and increase fertility.

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Artificial insemination is used in many non-human animals, including sheep, horses, cattle, pigs, dogs, pedigree animals generally, zoo animals, turkeys and creatures as tiny as honeybees and as massive as orcas .

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