IUI is referred as Intrauterine Insemination. It is usually performed when there is problem with men who have weaker sperm or woman is suffering from unexplained infertility. The procedure involves insertion of motile sperm into the woman’s uterus. Basic elements of IUI include collection of male sperm, cleaning for good sperm and directly inserting into the women’s cervix. IUI concerned women must consider intrauterine insemination to conceive. It has been recommended that patients with unexplained infertility should undergo 3 to 6 cycles of IUI before therapy is changed or discontinued.
IVF is performed when there is problem with female reproductive system to conceive. The procedure involves collection of good sperm and ova from men and women, combining the ova and sperm outside and finally inserting into other female. The basic elements of the procedure involves ovaries stimulation to release several eggs, removal of eggs from ovary, in-vitro fertilization of egg and sperm, and then placement of 2days old embryo into the uterus.