Dr Sehrish Batool, Dr Maria Zafar, Dr Maham Khalid
Objective: To find out the effects of temperature on the outcome of intrauterine insemination (IUI). Methodology: This study was conducted at Jinnah Hospital Lahore and the duration of this study was from November 2019 to September 2020. The base and the scope of temperature wide open to the harsh element’s climate were 3°C to 17°C and 13°C to 27°C and in the sweltering, climate was 25°C to 32°Cand 43°C to 50°C separately. The chose fruitless couples were male factor fruitlessness with anomalous parameters of semen, sexual brokenness and strange post coital test and ovulatory factor and unexplained barrenness. Pregnancy was affirmed by serum Beta HCG. Results: Among 200 cycles exposed to the harsh elements climate, 22 patients got pregnant, (PR/cycle =6.53%) and among 194 cycles in the sweltering climate 16 patients were pregnant, (PR/cycle =4.10%) (P=0.23) There was no noteworthy connection amongst temperature and the result of IUI. Conclusion: The finding of examination demonstrates that the result of IUI is not affected by temperature and climate is if no significance for IUI. Keywords: Sweltering, Fruitlessness, Anomalous, Infertility, Insemination, Cervical.