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Intrauterine insemination (IUI) is a popular fertility treatment that helps couples conceive by introducing sperm directly into the uterus. If you’re considering this procedure, asking yourself if it’s painful is normal.
While pain tolerance varies from person to person, today, our fertility specialists will provide a comprehensive overview of the IUI process and shed light on the possible sensations you may experience during the procedure. By understanding what to expect, you can confidently approach IUI and make decisions about your journey.
Before delving into the question of pain, let’s first understand how an IUI is performed. The IUI procedure involves the following steps:
For most individuals, the IUI procedure is generally described as discomfort rather than pain. However, it’s essential to remember that everyone’s experience can differ. Factors such as individual pain tolerance, anxiety levels, and the expertise of the healthcare professional performing the procedure can influence your overall comfort.
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While discomfort during an IUI is generally mild, here are a few tips to help minimize any potential discomfort:
IUI success rate is 15% to 20% per cycle, which is similar to what is obtained with natural fertilization.
At The Fertility Center, an IUI Costs $1,120.
We know that struggling with infertility can be challenging. If you want to achieve your dream of starting a family, our staff is here to help. Our fertility specialists are pioneers in reproductive health techniques and will stay by your side in every part of your journey. Contact us to schedule an appointment today!
Gynecology, Obstetrics and Biology of Human Reproduction Surgeon at the Autonomous University of Guadalajara, specialist Biologist of Human Reproduction by the Mexican Institute of Infertility.
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