Is artificial insemination a costly decision?

That depends. On what you consider costly and whether/what your insurance benefit (if any) is. You should contact local doctors who can help you if prices are a big factor for you.

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What are artificial insemination success rates?

It varies! Insemination, or iui, has success rates that will vary a lot according to such factors as the woman's age, presence of endometriosis, and quantity/quality of sperm being inseminated. Also, some women do "natural cycle" IUI (no drugs), while others use fertility drugs. The success rates average about 10% per attempt (no drugs) and up to 25-30% per cycle with meds. Read more...

When should a couple consider artificial insemination?

Multiple reasons. With infertility, an insemination is useful with unexplained infertility or when there is mild male factor infertility (mild abnormalities on semen analysis). If you have irregular periods and ovulation pills don't get you pregnant, then it is reasonable to add in IUI as well. Read more...

Is artificial insemination a solution for me if divorcing?

Uncertain. If you are talking about using a sperm donor--- then in most states until you are officially divorced your husband will be considered the father of the child. Most rei clinics will not use donor sperm in this case without your soon to be ex-husband's permission or until the divorce is final. Read more...

Can a woman with herpes do artificial insemination?

Yes, once treated... Herpes simplex is a preventable and treatable condition. It is quite contagious during active outbreak and much much less so when not. Unfortunately, many people carry the virus/latent in the nerve and they come out to haunt on/off as outbreaks. There is always a risk, but once adequately treated/supppressed, insemination can be done. Consult doc. Good luck. Read more...
Yes. An active herpes outbreak is only a concern at the time of vaginal delivery. An initial herpes infection would not be good during the pregnancy, but recurrent outbreaks are usually not problems for the baby. Read more...

Would artificial insemination work if you have cercicitis?

Yes. In someone with cervicitis in the past insemination can work. However they should have their tubes evaluated to make sure the infection in the cervix did not damage the tubes. However, no woman should have an insemination while they have active infection in the cervix. Read more...

How much does artificial insemination with a donor range to?

IVF. Most costs are provider specific, and will vary depending on any additional testing or evaluation that needs done, but you should probably budget at least 10-15,000. Read more...

Is it possible to get herpes through artificial insemination?

Theoretically yes. Hsv can be transmitted through ai, so we recommend screening of donors to prevent transmission. Sperm banks screen their donors but if this is a directed sperm donor, you have to decide on the screening. We usually recommend infectious disease tests and quarantine for directed donors but sometimes people waive the testing and take risks. Good luck. Read more...