Intrauterine insemination (IUI) is generally the first course of action recommended by doctors. Women, who could not conceive in natural course due to their own health problems such as irregular ovulation or that of their husbands such as poor motility rate or low counts, usually prefer IUI. It is less expensive than many other forms of infertility treatment. The procedure involves injecting the sperm, collected from the woman’s partner or a donor, directly into the ovulating woman’s uterus after wash. There, the sperm fertilizes a waiting egg. The average cost of an IUI is $200 to $300. .