Fertility Preservation

Fertility Preservation

Freezing eggs, sperms or embroys for future use.

Fertility Preservation:

It is a technique used to maintain a person's capacity to procreate. Prior to receiving a medical procedure like radiation therapy or chemotherapy that could result in infertility, a fertility preservation operation is carried out.

Indications of Fertility Preservation:

Women with Endometriosis: Reduced ovarian reserves are more likely in women with endometriosis. Women with endometriosis may benefit from egg freezing or embryo freezing.

Genetic disorders and autoimmune diseases: Genetic problems and some autoimmune diseases, such lupus erythematosus, can impair fertility. Solutions for fertility preservation that allow for childbearing may be necessary for certain disorders.

Cancer : Radiation, chemotherapy, and surgery are used to treat cancer, including gynaecological, prostate, testicular cancer. These treatments can harm reproductive organs and cells that produce eggs and sperm. You may want to consider protecting your fertility if you anticipate receiving cancer treatment.

Chemical exposure: People who work in environments where chemicals are present all the time are subjected to hazardous chemicals, which forces them to choose fertility preservation.

Increasing Age: It has been noted that both men and women's fertility can suffer as they age. In order to have children later in life, it is therefore possible to consider maintaining fertility while still young. For women who want to preserve fertility, Social egg freezing is done.

Types of Fertility Preservation Options:

Various methods of fertility preservation are:

Men’s choices for fertility preservation include:

  • Sperm preservation through freezing
  • Freezing of testicular tissue

Women choices for fertility preservation include:

  • Cryopreserving or freezing embryos
  • Either oocyte preservation or egg freezing
  • Cryopreservation of ovarian tissue
Fertility Preservation

Fertility Preservation

Freezing eggs, sperms or embroys for future use.

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