Intrauterine insemination (IUI) is to match the timing of female ovulation, and the timing of injecting the purified sperm. First,  mucus is removed, impurities and dead sperm from the semen, and concentrated sperm with good quality and motility transferred to 0.5 mL in the artificial culture medium. The sperm is directly to be discharged smoothly into the uterine cavity through a catheter, so that the sperm and the egg that are allowed to meet freely to achieve the goal of fertilization and pregnancy. If women have problems releasing eggs, in addition to sperm purification, the ovaries can be stimulated  by drugs to enhance ovulation.


In addition to severe male infertility, blocked fallopian tubes, or older infertile women, or in certain special cases, IVF treatment is recommended. Endometriosis, ovulation abnormalities, and unknown reasons for couples who have difficulty conceiving, artificial Insemination / conception is a cost-effective way to achieve pregnancy.


Applicable patients of artificial Insemination are:

People with low sperm count (less than 20 million sperm counts per sperm) and poor sperm motility.

  • Sperm has poor compatibility with cervical mucus, making it impervious to sperm penetration or poor mobility.
  • Unexplained infertility, individual/couple who still still fails to conceive after various tests and treatments.
  • Sperm has antibodies.
  • Ovulation disorder or even anovulation caused by polycystic ovary.
  • People with sexual intercourse disorders, including impotence, delayed ejaculation, premature ejaculation, retrograde ejaculation, and hypospadias, etc.
  • Need to use donor sperms.