Insemination of husband's semen with and without the addition of caffeine.

@article{Harrison1978InseminationOH,
  title={Insemination of husband's semen with and without the addition of caffeine.},
  author={Robert F. Harrison},
  journal={Fertility and sterility},
  year={1978},
  volume={29 5},
  pages={532-34}
}
Four hundred cervicovaginal artificial inseminations using husband's semen were carried out for a variety of clinical indications. Before insemination, to one-half of the samples caffeine was added to a final concentration of 6 mM. Although the motility of the spermatozoa was enhanced in each case, no pregnancies were achieved. Of the four pregnancies in the series, only one could be attributed to artificial insemination. 

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