Intra-Uterine Insemination (IUI)

IUI is a technique where specially prepared sperm is introduced, via a fine catheter, into the uterus, in order to improve the chances on pregnancy.

A woman’s cycle is monitored by using ultrasound scans and blood tests. For women with no regular cycle, stimulation hormones may lead to ovulation. The IUI procedure is performed on the day of ovulation, using either fresh or frozen sperm sample of her male partner or a sperm donor’s sample. Success rates of IUI depend on underlying cause of subfertility and woman’s age, but typically lies between 10 – 15 % per cycle.

My areas of expertise


Laparoscopic and Hysteroscopic Surgery

I have performed thousands of laparoscopies and hysteroscopies and am a member of the team of doctors responsible for the daily running of IASO hospital endoscopy unit


Reproductive medicine and fertility problems

I am particularly interested in "IVF-low responders" women


Colposcopy and HPV infection

Accredited by the british colposcopy society ( list of accredited colposcopists)


Aesthetic (Cosmetic) Gynaecology

Senior member of European society of aesthetic gynaecology ( list of Senior members)


Egg donation

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