Artificial insemination is a minimal-invasive and simple technique, which consists of introducing capacitated sperm into the uterus at the moment of ovulation to increase the possibilities of achieving pregnancy.
However, artificial insemination must not be confused with in vitro fertilization as it occurs naturally in the fallopian tubes, but due to its low efficacy rate it is a method which can be both inefficient and expensive.
This treatment is performed by means of personalized and controlled ovarian stimulation, using next-gen protocols in order to obtain 1 - 2 ovarian follicles.
Pregnancy rates 10 - 20%.*
Types of artificial insemination
- With sperm from partner.
- With donor sperm.
Spain has one of the most progressive laws on assisted reproduction worldwide. Both sperm and egg donation are legal and anonymous. In addition, Spanish law provides that children born by means of assisted reproduction techniques shall not be able to obtain information regarding the donor - similarly, the donor shall not be able to obtain information, such as the identity of the conceived child.
For whom is it appropriate?
- Patients between 25 - 38 years.
- When invasive punctions are counter-indicated.
- Male infertility.
- Irregular periods.
Treatment viability depends on medical diagnosis.
*Pregnancy rates depend on age, ovarian reserve, individual response to treatment and genetics. Displayed data are representative to the cases subject to study.