Intrauterine Insemination (IUI) is one of the very common ways of achieving a pregnancy in which the male partner's sperms are at least 10 million. The man's semen is taken and washed by some special procedures in a laboratory. Declining egg quality results in miscarriage and Down syndrome at much higher rates in women over 35. The options are: The first step for many couples is often to try taking fertility drugs that may increase sperm production and quality, stimulate ovulation, thicken the uterine lining, and more.
Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART)- 1) in vitro fertilization- fertilization in a laboratory petri dish wherein the sperm and eggs successfully combine and the resulting embryo may be implanted in the women's uterus.
2) Intracytoplasmic sperm injection: used as an infertility option when a male is the one experiencing infertility problems, this procedure is part of the IVF process in which a single sperm is inserted into a retrieved egg.
3) intrauterine insemination: collecting sperm from the male partner, removing seminal fluid, and inserting the sperm directly into the uterine cavity as an option.
4) Gamete intrafallopian transfer(GIFT): GIFT is similar to IVF, except in this process the egg and sperm, which have both been harvested, are implanted into the fallopian tube for fertilization.
5) Zygote intrafallopian transfer (ZIFT): The ZIFT process is almost the same as the GIFT process, with the exception of the fact that the egg is fertilized before transfer to the fallopian tube in a Zygote intrafallopian transfer.
Sperm, Egg or Embryo Donation.