1 edition of Artificial insemination in the human. found in the catalog.
|Statement||Elsevier; Cleaver-Hume P|
|Publishers||Elsevier; Cleaver-Hume P|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 76 p. :|
|Number of Pages||85|
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The general process for an IUI is as follows:• surgical sperm aspiration, where a physician removes sperm directly from the male reproductive tract• This procedure is therefore sometimes referred to as ' intravaginal insemination' IVI. God condemns these as being morally wrong and thereby sinful. The fertility doctor injects sperm is into the womb using surgical tools. The pregnancy rate increases with increasing number of motile sperm used, but only up to a certain degree, when other factors become limiting instead.
Artificial insemination is a method of treating infertility by inserting semen directly into a womb. Ordinary sexual lubricants should not be used in the process, but special fertility or 'sperm-friendly' lubricants can be used for increased ease and comfort. God knows all situations and circumstances and is in complete control. couples where a man may have a genetic defect and using donor sperm is preferred•
Although common with cattle and swine, artificial insemination is not as widely practiced in the.
This means the sperm cannot move towards the egg effectively.