Indication of IUI

+Investigation of Female
+Investigation of Male
+Ovulation Induction
+Surgical Sperm Aspiration
+Other Surgeries
Indication of IUI
  • Unexplained infertility
  • Male infertility due to antibodies to his own sperm. Sperm not damaged by the antibodies will be separated and used in the IUI process.
  • Retrograde ejaculation, a condition where the semen goes back into the bladder rather than being expelled from the body.
  • The man has a low sperm count, though the sperm should be healthy.
  • Couples who cannot naturally have intercourse due to disability, injury or premature ejaculation.
  • A woman’s cervical mucus is scant or hostile to sperm. Through IUI, sperm directly reaches the uterus, bypassing the cervix and the cervical mucus.
  • sexual dysfunction- dyspareunia, erectile dysfuction, veganism’s
  • Serodiscordant couple- HIV, hepatitis B, Hepatitis C