An insemination treatment is suitable for fulfilling the desire for children with slight restrictions of the spermiogram (see Sperm analysis). At the time of ovulation, a fresh semen sample is processed so that the slow moving sperm are separated from the fast moving sperm. The work-up in the laboratory takes about 1.5 hours, you can of course leave the practice during this time. Thereafter, the well-moving sperm are injected directly into the uterine cavity using a thin, soft plastic tube. The treatment itself only takes a few minutes, you notice almost nothing of this. By overcoming the mucus-filled cervical canal, which is a barrier to sperm, natural fertilization can be achieved with this method, even with reduced sperm count or motility.
In order to determine the optimal time for insemination and to increase the chance of a pregnancy, cycle monitoring is always performed. Ovulation is triggered with medication, and the corpus luterum hormone is substituted in the

second half of the cycle (cycle optimization). Hormone stimulation with clomiphene, FSH or HMG in advance is useful in some patients.
Before beginning therapy, you must first apply for reimbursement from your health insurance. You will receive this request from us after the cost and insurance situation has been explained to you in the conversation.