Anatomic abnormalities (of either the male or the female reproductive tract) that are associated with pelvic factor infertility can often be treated or bypassed.
Intrauterine inseminations (IUIs) may be suggested if there is an abnormal interaction between the sperm and the cervical mucus (an abnormal postcoital test).
Controlled ovarian hyperstimulation with intrauterine insemination (COH with IUI) may be effective even when there is a moderate residual pelvic factor following surgery.
Surgical repair of the pelvis with an accomplished fertility surgeon may be able to restore significant reproductive function.
Often, if the damage that has occurred within the pelvis is irreparable or if there is a severe male factor then In Vitro Fertilization remains an effective treatment.