Insemination is a method of treating infertility in which a sperm sample is inserted into the uterine cavity using a catheter.
Women who have regular periods usually ovulate every month. The day of ovulation can be determined with the help of urine tests or blood tests for luteinizing hormone (LH). Insemination is done on the day when the urine test is positive or when the LH hormone level rises in the blood, possibly a day later. After insemination, the woman can carry out her regular activities.
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