Unexplained infertility is defined as normal female fertility, normal ejaculate, and one to three years of timed intercourse with no pregnancy. The Y Factor takes the evaluation a step further with advanced semen testing of sperm DNA. The Y Factor evaluation and treatment is important in men who are deemed part of unexplained infertility. The Y Factor treats male infertility through a team of experts delivering reproductive urology.
For women younger than 40 years with unexplained infertility, three to six cycles of intrauterine insemination (IUI) with ovarian stimulation should be recommended as a first-line therapy, provided a strict cancellation strategy is followed to avoid multiple pregnancies. The results from IUI have to improve by optimizing patient selection and refining the techniques and treatment strategies.
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