When problems arise while trying to conceive, it is best is to seek care from specialists that can help with conception. Artificial insemination is one of the least invasive techniques most commonly used and one that generates excellent results.
Artificial insemination can be repeated a maximum of 4 times, but is painless and does not require anaesthesia. It is one of the most natural means to achieve a pregnancy because, although there is medical intervention needed to insert the sperm, fertilisation occurs naturally inside the body.
Keep in mind that once treatment begins, it is important to maintain a positive attitude throughout the process and to be aware that if artificial insemination fails, there are other procedures available to help achieve the goal.
There are two types of insemination: AIC which corresponds to conjugal artificial insemination and AID which applies to Artificial Insemination by Donor sperm used by women who want to conceive a child without a partner or in cases where there are difficulties in the male partner. The medical team that will follow the patient will complete an extensive medical examination to check for potential problems and different procedures could be utilized depending on the particular case.