by Internet Medical Society
Intrauterine insemination is a procedure of assisted reproductive technology consisting of injecting the previously prepared concentrated sperm of a male partner or a donor into the uterine cavity of the woman using a special catheter (narrow tube).
The sperm move in the direction of the cervix inside the fallopian tubes (the uterine tubes) to reach the released egg and fertilize it. IUI for male infertility is the least complicated and least invasive method used in the treatment of infertility. It takes between 15 and 20 minutes to occur.