Dear Molly Artificial insemination works all right, but it does not sound like u r a candidate for it. IVF sounds like the only answer here, but u need to consult with a board certified Reproductive Endocrinologist before u make any further decisions. Good luck
Q&A: Does artificial insemination risk higher susceptibility to disease?
Hi Mona, I don't understand your question. Are you asking if it makes you more susceptible to catching diseases in the future? If so, then it shouldn't. If you're asking if it increases the odds of catching a disease at the time of the insemination, then the answer is yes. Hope this helps!
Q&A: How is the artificial insemination procedure done?
Hi Lisa, Sperm is "washed" in our lab, drawn up into a thin, flexible plastic catheter, the catheter is inserted through the cervix into the uterus, and the processed sperm is deposited into the fallopian tubes close to the egg. This is all done on the DAY OF ovulation. Hope this helps! Dr. Roseff