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Less than ten years ago, treatment for a male factor infertility was limited to inseminations or IVF using donor sperm. Advances in male infertility have introduced ground-breaking beneficial choices that offer men, including those with no sperm in their ejaculate, a significant chance.
In vitro fertilization gives a higher success rate for pregnancy, as compared to intrauterine insemination. IVF can be done with donor eggs or with donor sperm. Recent studies have shown that IVF is more successful if the embryos are transferred by using ultrasound.
When a woman produces progesterone, and her temperature then increases, this higher temperature acts as an incubator. If conception occurs, the higher temperature is important to fertilize the egg. The corpus luteum makes progesterone to prepare the body for pregnancy.
There are risks associated with any medical or surgical procedure and some patients will experience side-effects and complications during the treatment with IVF. The most common complications are due to problems with ovarian stimulation.