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Artificial Insemination 1


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Injection location:

  • Injections are made with a celoscope, laparoscope, or peritoneoscope under general anesthesia.
  • Two to three collected eggs are mixed with sperm and injected into one or both fallopian tubes.


    Fertilization location:

  • Fertilization takes place in the fallopian tubes, where it would naturally occur.


    Applicable Subjects:

  • One of the woman's fallopian tubes is blocked.
  • The fallopian tubes are open but ovulation is disrupted.
  • The woman's egg does not implant well due to an adhesion.
  • The man's sperm has trouble reaching the fallopian tubes because of male sterility or endocervical mucous.


    Advantages:

  • Compared with external fertilization or zygote intrafallopian transfer, this method is more natural because fertilization occurs in the fallopian tubes. Disadvantages:
  • Because fertilization is not confirmed at this point, the rate of pregnancy may be low.


    ZIFT:Zygote Intrafallopian Transfer

  • Same administration techniques as GIFT apply, and this procedure is appropriate for the same subjects who are eligible to undergo GIFT.
  • Differs from GIFT, in that after fertilizing the egg with sperm externally, only the confirmed zygotes (fertilized eggs) are transferred to the fallopian tubes.
  • Success rates are high when compared to results for test tube babies and GIFT.


    GIFT: Gamete Intrafallopian Transfer

    Eggs and sperm are collected through such means as external fertilization.


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