I, IVF and ICSI treatments may only be performed in a fertility clinic by a doctor or an experienced health professional. If you believe that an ICI or artificial insemination could help you and your partner conceive please contact us for more information.
There are three basic types of products available from a sperm bank, and there are two types of donor sperm for IUI and one type for IVF. The main difference between I UI and IVF is the number of eggs produced by the woman and the type of sperm used. There is no difference in sperm type between the two methods of in vitro fertilization. For IVF, patients must buy sperm of the same type as for intrauterine fertilization or domestic fertilization from a sperm bank.
I – Ready-made sperm are typically used for intrauterine insemination and can also be used in domestic insemination, but must be washed and ready for use before performing. Donor sperm for in vitro fertilization (IVF) is used, and donor sperm for fertilization is donated either through intrauterine insemination (IUI) or through domestic fertilization. The type of sperm used typically differs from the type and number of eggs used and the hormones used.