Fertility Preservation


Unfortunately, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, and other interventions can significantly damage ovarian function, making fertility preservation critical for patients who may want to have a family in the future. For patients dealing with any indications of cancer, speaking with a fertility specialist and cryopreserving eggs can be crucial for future use. Cancer patients can usually be seen within 24-48 hours by a fertility specialists and their case expedited so both a fertility preservation cycle and subsequent cancer treatment can be completed in a timely manner.

For anyone planning to undergo egg freezing for cancer treatment-related loss of fertility, be sure to coordinate care with the oncologist and your reproductive endocrinologist. In some cases, cancer treatment may need to be prioritized over fertility preservation.

For more information on fertility preservation for cancer patients, please contact us today.