Artificial insemination

Artificial Insemination is a process of deliberately injecting semen into the vagina.  The Semen is collected from the partner of from the sperm bank which is generally frozen.  This is allowed to liquefy and then inserted in to vagina using a syringe.  This technique is used to achieve pregnancy in case of hetero sexual couples whose body rejects the sperms as foreign bodies of the partner, or condition like endometriosis or thickening of the cervix.



  • Hot flashes. Mood swings and depression. Nausea, headaches or visual disturbances. Swollen and painful ovaries, signaling ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome (OHSS) Pelvic discomfort, breast tenderness, or bloating. Ovarian cysts. Swelling or a rash around

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