At InseminMate, we recommend inseminating around 3 times per cycle, ideally around the time of ovulation, which usually occurs in the middle of the menstrual cycle. However, the number of times to inseminate can vary depending on various factors, such as age, sperm quality, and timing of ovulation. It's important to discuss with a healthcare provider or fertility specialist to determine the best approach for your unique circumstances and needs.
For couples using fresh or frozen sperm, it's generally recommended to inseminate every 24 to 48 hours around the time of ovulation to increase the chances of conception. However, it's important not to overdo it, as excessive insemination can cause discomfort and potentially decrease sperm quality.
Individuals or couples using donor sperm should follow the guidelines provided by the sperm bank or fertility clinic on the number of insemination attempts per cycle.
Overall, the frequency of insemination should be balanced to optimize the chances of success while avoiding excessive attempts that may cause harm. At InseminMate, we provide resources and guidance to support individuals and couples throughout their home insemination journey.