IUI cost in Nepal: The cost of IUI treatment in Nepal by WE CARE IVF SURROGACY approximately ranges from NPR. 30,000 to NPR. 60,000. The IUI cost in Nepal by the top center is highly affordable than in other countries. It is the basic package of the IUI treatment that includes Medicines, sperm preparing, and washing, and placing sperm into the uterus.

Intrauterine insemination (IUI), a type of artificial insemination, is a fertility treatment.

The ovary of the female spouse produces one or more eggs to be fertilized, washed and concentrated sperm inserts directly into the uterus.

In intrauterine insemination (IUI) treatment, the sperm swims into the Fallopian tube and fertilize an egg waiting to be fertilized and perform a successful conception. IUI can use with regular cycles of the patient or with fertility medicines, it depends on the infertility reason of patients. The IUI cost in Kathmandu Nepal is affordable than other fertility treatments. 

What is the purpose of the procedure of iui treatment in kathmandu Nepal?

Several factors influence a couple's ability to become pregnant. In various circumstances, intrauterine insemination (IUI) is used in couples with:

  • Donor sperm:  IUI is the most popular method for achieving pregnancy among women who need to use donor sperm. Frozen donor sperm collects from the laboratories and prepares before the IUI cycle in Nepal. 
  • Infertility caused by endometriosis:  The first therapeutic option for infertility caused by endometriosis is to use medications to obtain a good-quality egg, followed by IUI.
  • male factor infertility:  partner's sperm analysis, which is one of the first steps in the medical evaluation of infertility, may reveal poor sperm concentration, sperm motility, or sperm size and shape abnormalities (morphology). Because prepping sperm for IUI helps distinguish highly motile, normal sperm from those of lesser quality, it can help overcome some of these issues.
  • Infertility due to the cervical factor. The opening between the patient's vagina and the uterus is provided by the patient's cervix, which is located at the lower end of the uterus. During ovulation, the cervix produces mucus that creates a perfect environment for sperm to pass from the patient's vagina to the patient's fallopian tubes. However, if the patient's cervical mucus is excessively thick, the sperm's trip may be hampered. Sperm may be prevented from reaching the egg by the cervix itself. The cervix might thicken as a result of scarrings, such as that caused by a biopsy or other operations. In it, the device inserts into the cervix and sperm directly enter into the uterus, increases the number of sperm available to meet the awaiting egg in the uterus.
  • Infertility due to the ovulatory factor. Infertility caused by ovulation difficulties, such as an absence of ovulation or a reduced quantity of eggs, can also be treated with IUI.
  • Allergy to semen:   An allergy to proteins in sperm can occasionally result in infertility. When sperm enters the vaginal canal, it causes redness, burning, and swelling when it comes into touch with the skin. A condom not only protects the patient from the symptoms but also keeps the patient from becoming pregnant. Because many of the proteins in sperm are eliminated before the sperm is implanted, IUI can be helpful if the patient's sensitivity is severe.

Risks associated with IUI treatment in Nepal: 

Intrauterine insemination is a generally straightforward and safe process with a low risk of major consequences. The risks from the IUI treatment are: 

  • Infection:  There is a minor chance of infection as a result of the treatment.
  • Spotting:  The process of inserting the catheter into the uterus can result in some vaginal bleeding. This normally has no impact on the likelihood of becoming pregnant.
  • Side effects due to the use of anaesthesia and medicines in the procedure of IUI in Nepal. 

How does the patient prepare for the IUI treatment in Nepal? 

Intrauterine insemination necessitates meticulous planning before the procedure:


  • Getting ready to take a sample of sperm. At the doctor's office, the male spouse supplies a sperm sample, or the frozen donor sperm can use and prepare in the Lab of Nepal. Because non-sperm materials in sperm can create reactions in the woman's body that prevent fertilisation, the sample will be cleaned to separate highly active, normal sperm from lower quality sperm and other elements. The use of a small, highly concentrated sample of healthy sperm improves the odds of conceiving.
  • Ovulation monitoring:  Monitoring for indicators of approaching ovulation is vital since the timing of IUI is critical. A urine ovulation predictor kit, which detects when a patient's body produces a surge or release of luteinizing hormone, can help the patient to identify. Transvaginal ultrasound is an imaging method that allows a patient's doctor to see the patient's ovaries and egg development. To assist the patient in ovulation one or more eggs on time, the patient may receive an injection of human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG) or other medicines.
  • Many IUI treatments perform within a day or two of identifying ovulation. The doctor will have a strategy in place for when the procedure will take place.

What a patient can expect in the treatment? 

Intrauterine insemination takes less time like 15 to 20 minutes and takes place in an office or clinic of the doctor. The IUI technique takes only a few minutes and does not require any medicines or painkillers. 

In the procedure  of iui treatment in Nepal at We care IVF Surrogacy

the patient put their legs in stirrups while lying on an exam table. A speculum is inserted into the vaginal canal, similar to what you'd get during a Pap test. During the process, the doctor will accomplish the following:

  1. Experts in the lab of Nepal connects the end of a long, thin, flexible tube to a vial carrying a sample of healthy sperm (catheter)
  • The catheter is inserted through the vaginal canal, through the cervical opening, and into the uterus.
  • Pushes the sperm sample into the uterus through the tube.
  • The catheter is removed first, followed by the speculum.

Before using an at-home pregnancy test, wait two weeks. If the patient test too soon, the patient can get a result of False negative pregnancy or False positive pregnancy.