Does IUI make sense when sperm count isn’t a problem?

Posted in IVF, asked by rajesh puri, 3 months ago. 172 hits.


The most primary factor for undergoing IUI is a borderline low sperm count or poor sperm motility. Intrauterine insemination is a treatment of choice for couples facing infertility issues such as low sperm count, poor sperm motility and mild endometriosis. However, it does require mention that, when the sperm count is too low (below the borderline) and there are not enough of healthy sperms then couples should consider IVF or ICSI as treatment options. You also need to comprehend the fact that for intrauterine insemination to work, you should have healthy fallopian tubes free from any defect or disease.

aniket kumar
3 months ago


Yes, it does and I think couples with poor sperm motility shud consider the option of iui…good luck friends!!

vijendra saha
3 months ago


IUI – Intrauterine insemination is a type of fertility treatment for couples with low sperm count and or poor sperm motility. Couples need to und that iui is the preferred mode of method when the sperm count is not below the borderline. When, men have very low sperm counts then it wud b wise to go for ivf or icsi. The method of icsi is specially designed for couples, where the male partner has sperm problems and produces too little sperms.

sumit pal
3 months ago


when sperm count isn’t much of a prblm for u then y unnecessarily go for iui…it is best u can try ivf once…

harish thapar
3 months ago


IUI can be considered for couples with low sperm counts and the success rate is also pretty much acceptable. U can go for it friends!!

gurvinder ladha
3 months ago
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