Intrauterine insemination is the placement of sperm in the uterus for the purpose to enhance the chance of conceiving. It is also known as intrauterine insemination, artificial insemination, IUI, human intrauterine insemination or artificial insemination by husband (AIH).
Intracervical insemination is the placement of sperm in the cervical canal for the purpose of increasing the chances of conceiving. It is also known as cervical insemination, ICI, human intracervical insemination.
Donor insemination is the placement of sperm into the uterus or cervical canal that is from a man other than a woman’s partner for the purpose of enhancing the chances of conceiving. It is also known as artificial insemination by donor, AID, Donor IUI or Donor ICI.