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IVF and IUI are one of the artificial reproduction technology procedures for couples struggling with the problem of infertility. There are many differences between these two technologies. Many people resort to any technology without understanding the difference between these two, whereas before taking treatment, it is important for every couple to understand the difference between these two. While for IUI, the woman's report must be normal, any woman can get IVF done.In this article you will know the difference between IUI and IVF -

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  1. What is IUI?
  2. What Is IVF?
  3. What Is The Difference Between IUI And IVF?
  4. Which is Better, IUI or IVF?
  5. Summary
Doctors for IUI vs. IVF: Success Rates, Costs, and What to Expect

Intrauterine insemination is also called artificial insemination. It is one of the simplest procedures to conceive. In this process, doctors or experts collect and process the sperm in the lab and then place it in the uterine cavity. Before starting this process, some medicines are given to increase the quality of the woman's eggs.

During this, the man's sperm is collected before the woman's ovulation. The best sperm is selected by separating the bad, dead and less mobile sperm from it. After this, this sperm is injected into the woman's uterus. In this process, if the man's sperm is not good or if the woman is single, then a sperm donor is used.

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Who Can Benefit The Most From IUI?

  • If a woman has problems with ovulation and is not able to conceive even after taking ovulation-enhancing drugs.
  • Women using fertility drugs.
  • Sperm abnormalities such as concentration, motility and shape or size of sperm.
  • The male partner feels difficulty ejaculating.
  • If the man has frozen sperm before surgery or treatment of diseases such as testicular cancer.
  • If donor sperm is being used to make the woman pregnant.

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In in vitro fertilization (IVF), the male's sperm and the female's egg are fertilized in the lab. After fertilization, it is injected into the woman's womb. In this process, first of all attention is paid to the process of ovulation of women. If for some reason the woman's egg is not developing properly, then in this situation the doctor gives them medicines.

This increases the quality and size of the egg. When the size and quality of the egg improves, it is removed and fertilized with sperm in the lab. After fertilization, it is injected into the womb. After this process, the womb needs special care.

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Who Can Benefit From IVF?
In vitro fertilization is usually recommended to couples who have been trying to become parents for more than a year and who have one or more fertility problems, such as:

IVF is usually recommended to couples who have failed to conceive after three unsuccessful IUI cycles.

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Let us now know what is the main difference between these two processes -

  • In IUI, it is necessary for the woman's report to be normal. Whereas, in IVF, women can try to conceive even if they have any kind of problem.
  • In IUI, sperm count and quality must be good. If this is not the case, then a donor may be required. Whereas, in IVF, one can become a father even after having a low sperm count.
  • In IUI, pregnancy cannot be achieved after menopause. Whereas, in IVF, there remains some possibility of a woman conceiving even after menopause.
  • In IUI, the quality of the embryo is not tested. Whereas, in IVF, the quality of the embryo is tested.
  • The success rate of IVF is higher than that of IUI.
  • IUI is less expensive, so in most cases it is advised that IUI should be done at least three times before IVF. If there is failure in conceiving in this, then IVF should be done only after that.

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Before getting any treatment, always remember that all these treatments are not a guarantee of a child. But it increases your chances of getting pregnant and technically the success rate of IVF is higher than IUI but the success of the treatment depends on the peculiarities of your body. The success rate of IUI is 15% to 20%.

The success rate of IVF depends on factors like your age, ovarian, cause of infertility, previous successful pregnancies etc.

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Both IUI and IVF are a ray of hope for women and men struggling with infertility. However, before resorting to this technology for a child, it is important to know about it well. Along with this, consult a good doctor for IVF and IUI, so that the chances of any kind of problem can be reduced.

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