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Intrauterine Insemination treatment (IUI)
A fertility problem can be highly stressful and participation in a program using assisted reproductive technologies such as Intrauterine Insemination treatment (IUI) can be an added source of stress. Treatment participation can be demanding in terms of time commitment and disruptive to personal, family and work life. Certain medical procedures such as self injection of medications and the use of fertility drugs can also be a concern for some women.
If concerns are identified, a follow up appointment might be offered, either individually, to explore the possibilities of new and different coping strategies, or for both partners to enhance their coping as a couple.