University Hospital Muenster

9.8/10 from 78 Votes

The University Hospital Muenster is one of the most respected multi-field medical centers in Germany. It consists of more than 30 departments and numerous research institutes and centers. Every year over 58,000 inpatients are treated here and nearly 475,000 patients receive medical care on the outpatient basis.

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University Hospital Halle (Saale)

9.6/10 from 78 Votes

The University Hospital of Halle (Saale), abbreviated as UHH, combines modern medical institutions in a university rich in traditions.

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location_searchingCity: Halle

University Hospital of the Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich (LMU)

9.2/10 from 40 Votes

The Hospital of the Ludwig-Maximilians-University (LMU) Munich is a center of high-end medicine, medical innovation and medical and technical progress, which enables an individual and safe patient care.

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University Hospital Bonn

9.2/10 from 150 Votes

The University Hospital Bonn was founded on 1st January 2001 as a public law institution. It was founded on the site of the former departments of the Medical University.  The University Hospital provides medical care, modern highly effective medicine and plays a part in the public health care.

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Gyncentrum Fertility Clinic Katowice

9/10 from 23 Votes

Gyncentrum is a chain of private clinics providing top-class medical services in the field of infertility treatment, gynecology and plastic gynecology. The Gyncentrum Fretility Clinics can be found in three Polish cities – Katowice, Bielsko-Biała and Częstochowa.

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location_searchingCity: Katowice

Medicana International Istanbul Hospital

9/10 from 23 Votes

The International Medicana Istanbul Hospital is one of the leading hospitals belonging to the largest Turkish hospital group Medicana.

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University Hospital RWTH Aachen

8.9/10 from 41 Votes

With its 34 clinics, 25 institutes and five multidisciplinary units covers the University Hospital Aachen not only the entire spectrum of medicine, but also it offers a patient- oriented medical care and nursing, medical education and research of international level.

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Acibadem Healthcare Group Istanbul

8/10 from 23 Votes

Founded in 1991, Acibadem Healthcare Group has become one of the leading medical institutions not only in Turkey, but also worldwide.

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JSC Medicina Clinic Moscow

8/10 from 23 Votes

Founded in 1990, the JSC Medicina Clinic is an interdisciplinary medical center, which includes a polyclinic, an interdisciplinary inpatient clinic, round-the-clock emergency medical services and the state-of-the-art Sofia Cancer Center. With more than 300 doctors, the clinic offers a wide range of medical services.

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location_onCountry: Russia
location_searchingCity: Moscow

Primus Super Speciality Hospital New Delhi

0/10 from 0 Votes

Primus Super Speciality Hospital is a state-of-the-art multispecialty hospital located in New Delhi, which is the heart of India’s capital. It has been designed and constructed using the most advanced medical technology from all around the world.

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About the disease

Artificial insemination is a procedure that can help couples conceive if they have problems with fertility. This technique is only recommended if the couple has not had any success by natural means after 1 year of trying. Before artificial insemination is taken into consideration, the doctor will advise the couple to change their dietary habits. Calculating the exact time of ovulation and using fertility drugs that make a more hospitable environment for a sperm cell to take hold in the uterus can also help the process of conception. If none of these techniques work out, artificial insemination is the next option.

Artificial insemination can be helpful in overcoming many types of infertility problems. It is the most effective technique if the woman’s partner has a low sperm count. This means that his sperm cells are not strong or fast enough to reach the uterus and still be active. Using artificial insemination, the doctor inserts sperm from the male partner directly into the woman’s uterus, thereby increasing the likelihood of conception severalfold.

This procedure can also be helpful in cases where the woman’s reproductive organs are not conducive with conception. For example, some women have too much mucus in their cervix, which prevents the sperm from reaching the uterus. In others, endometriosis can also prevent a woman from getting pregnant. Artificial insemination can also be used by couples over the age of 40 or if the exact cause of infertility has not been identified.   

If the woman is still not pregnant after several procedures of artificial insemination, the doctor may suggest using the sperm of a donor. The name of the donor will remain confidential and the donor will have no parental rights whatsoever. 


  • Inability to get pregnant after a year of trying
  • Previous history of miscarriage
  • Previous history of abortion


  • During a general examination, the doctor will ask the couple how long they have been trying to get pregnant.
  • The couple will be asked if they have tried to have sexual intercourse when the woman is ovulating and if they lead a healthy lifestyle.
  • The woman will be asked if she has any history of miscarriages or abortions in the past and the man will be asked if he has had any traumas or problems with his testicles or penile area.
  • A sample test can evaluate the strength and amount of sperm cells. It can also rule out the possibility of infections.
  • Imaging tests and a smear test check that the woman’s reproductive organs function normally. The smear test checks the amount of mucus in the cervix and can also rule out the possibility of infections.  


  • Artificial insemination is a painless procedure and takes less than an hour.
  • The couple is advised to refrain from having sex for 2-3 days before the procedure, so that the sperm cells are fast and numerous.
  • Artificial insemination is conducted during the woman’s most active ovulation time, which can be calculated with an ovulation kit.
  • The woman’s partner produces a sperm sample in a private room. The sperm is washed in the laboratory to get rid of any chemicals, and the most active spermatozoids are then selected and maintained at room temperature.
  • Before the procedure, the woman may be given fertility drugs to boost the chances of a successful artificial insemination.
  • The doctor uses a catheter to insert the sperm directly into the uterus. The woman is then asked to lie down for approximately half an hour to boost the chances of insemination.
  • A pregnancy test can give a fairly accurate reading 7-10 days after the procedure. However, it is advisable to get a pregnancy confirmed by a doctor.

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