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Manual of Intrauterine Insemination and Ovulation Induction Free Download

Manual of Intrauterine Insemination and Ovulation Induction Free Download

Manual of Intrauterine Insemination and Ovulation Induction Free Download

Manual of Intrauterine Insemination and Ovulation Induction Free Download This manual is intended for the general or family practitioner, as well as for gynecologists and specialists in infertility treatment. While treatment by in-vitro fertilization (IVF) and other advanced techniques attract the most attention and shape the public perception of infertility treatment, far morinfertile couples achieve pregnancies with ovulation induction (OI) or combined ovarian stimulation and intrauterine insemination (IUI), the two techniques described in detail in this book, and which form the first line of infertility  treatment.

Moreover, they can be performed in almost any office or clinic, thus allowing patients to be treated  by physicians and nurses already familiar with their general health, without the need to travel to distant  specialty clinics. Many practitioners believe, from  their time in training, that evaluation of infertile couples is too time-consuming and unrewarding, and that  treatment is too complex to be part of their general or  obstetric and gynecological practices. Nothing could  be further from the truth. Infertility shouldbe viewed,  not as a diagnosis, but as a symptom of an underlying medical problem, affecting either one or both partners,  which, if left untreated, will eventually affect their general health and emotional well-being.

The role of IUI and OI in the present era of IVF and  intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI) is the subject  of Chapter 1. Although IVF and ICSI have made donor insemination unnecessary for many couples with male-factor infertility, it is still the method of choice for many couples when they are confronted with the  cost and complexity of IVF and ICSI treatment, or if  there is a total absence of sperm. Donor insemination  is easy to perform, requires no special equipment, and  may be the only procedure performed by many physicians who use this manual. Websites are listed in the  chapter on donor insemination that provide access
to United States and European sperm banks that ship  internationally.

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