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Steps to perform an IAD

Steps to perform an IAD

The process of artificial insemination with donor sperm (AID) is the same as AI with semen from the male partner. The only difference between these reproductive techniques is the origin of the semen.

In the case of IAD, the semen must be frozen for at least 6 months to prevent the transmission of infectious diseases, such as HIV.

The process to perform an IAD consists of the steps shown in the image:

Controlled ovarian stimulation
The woman will be administered a low dose of hormone to stimulate the development of 1-2 ovarian follicles, a sufficient quantity to carry out an insemination.
Semen Thawing
The semen sample is thawed and the number of spermatozoa is analyzed in the laboratory.
consists of introducing the semen sample through the vagina with the help of a fine cannula. The seminal sample is deposited in the uterus while waiting for the meeting between the egg and the sperm, that is, fertilization.

Once the IAD is performed, the patient must wait at least 12-15 days to perform a pregnancy test and for the result to be reliable.

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Last Update: 02/11/2022