1) Artificial Insemination is indicated in cases in which the woman suffers from alterations in the
cervical mucus, for example, the mucus becomes hostile to sperm. Carrying out a treatment
Artificial insemination, you can evade the cervix and enter directly into the uterus and thus
2) Artificial Insemination is also indicated when man has antibodies against his own semen.
In the laboratory the semen is washed, the sperm are taken that are not affected by the antibodies and
then they are inseminated through some of the techniques of artificial insemination