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[Comment] Stimulated intrauterine insemination for unexplained subfertility

Unexplained subfertility is defined as a conception delay of at least 1 year when the standard tests (test of ovulation, tubal patency, and semen parameters) are normal, and is the diagnosis given to up to 40% of couples seeking fertility treatment.1 Because no definitive diagnosis exists, the course of treatment for these couples remains unclear. Although expectant management remains a valid option for young couples with a short duration of conception delay, other couples will prefer a more proactive approach.