Artificial Insemination

What is it?

Artificial insemination is an introduction of a previously prepared in a laboratory semen sample (whether partner’s or donor’s) into the uterus, at the moment of the patient’s ovulation.

When is it prescribed?

This treatment is advisable in the following cases:

  • When slight abnormalities have been detected in a partner’s sperm sample.
  • When any abnormalities have been detected in the ovulation process, in case of absence of contraindications.
  • For couples with sterility of unknown origin, in case of absence of contraindications.

When is it prescribed to use donor sperm?

The donor sperm is used when:

  • A woman doesn’t have a male partner.
  • There have been detected serious abnormalities in the partner’s sperm sample.

Artificial insemination phases


To obtain the best results, it is recommended to stimulate ovulation. We slightly stimulate the follicular development and calculate the exact moment of ovulation.


We follow up the process, with regular ultrasound examinations and blood analysis, to determine the   required medicine doses and define the exact treatment day.


Once the ovulation process is triggered, we introduce the semen sample into the uterus. This procedure is carried out in a laboratory environment, with the minimal disturbances to the patient.