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Sperm Delivery

to the site of conception.

What Is FemaSeed?
FemaSeed is a form of artificial insemination where sperm is delivered into the fallopian tube.

Illustration of uterus with sperm, egg, uterine cavity, ovary, and fallopian tube labeled.

FemaSeed offers a convenient and cost-effective solution for delivering sperm directly to the site of conception within the fallopian tube. This method, known as Intratubal Insemination (ITI), presents fewer emotional and financial burdens and involves significantly lower risks compared to more invasive procedures such as in vitro fertilization (IVF) or intracytoplasmic sperm injection (ICSI).

How does FemaSeed work?

After location of the egg (dominant/mature follicle) is determined by ultrasound, FemaSeed allows sperm to be delivered into the fallopian tube where the egg is located, called intratubal insemination (ITI).

Illustration of uterus with ultrasound probe inserted. Anatomy labeled: vagina and ovaries.

Step 1

Ultrasound is used to determine the location of the egg (dominant/ mature follicle).

Illustration of uterus with FemaSeed inserted with balloon catheter extended into cornu of fallopian tube.

Step 2

FemaSeed is placed in the uterine cavity and positioned towards the selected fallopian tube.

Illustration of uterus, zoomed to show fallopian tube and cornu. Sperm is delivered by FemaSeed and swims to meet the egg.

Step 3

Sperm is delivered through FemaSeed and into the fallopian tube where the egg is located.

Illustration of uterus with sperm in fallopian tube, FemaSeed being removed.

Step 4

The FemaSeed device is removed and the sperm is left in the fallopian tube, where it can live up to 72 hours.

What to expect during the FemaSeed procedure?





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