Fertility Preservation Treatment for Patients Diagnosed with Cancer
We provide rapid access fertility preservation for men and women. This is available to patients who will be embarking on treatment that may impair their fertility, such as chemotherapy.
If you are given a diagnosis of cancer, these are few things to consider:
- Treatments for many cancers continue to improve, leading to a longer and better survival.
- Unfortunately the same treatments (radio, chemo, surgical) can harm your fertility.
- There is usually a limited time for you to decide if you would like to preserve your fertility before starting treatment that might affect your fertility.
What we can do for you:
Before cancer treatment
- Assess your fertility potential.
- Advise on reproductive function after cancer treatment based on your individual circumstances.
- Provide one of the fertility preservation options:
- Sperm Freezing
- Freezing of eggs
- Freezing of embryos
The frozen sperm, eggs or embryos can be used after your cancer treatment is accomplished and you wish to have a baby.
- Provide supportive counselling
- Advise medical professionals considering referring their patients to our services
After your cancer treatment
- Assess your fertility potential
- Advise on reproductive function (regular periods after treatment do not guarantee normal fertility; however absence of periods does not always suggest you can’t get pregnant, hence advice on appropriate contraception is also important while you are recovering from cancer and its treatment).
- Provide specialist advice on HRT and other aspects of women’s health in cases of early menopause
- Provide specialist advice on men’s health in cases of testicular failure or hypo-gonadism secondary to radiotherapy of head
- Provide specialist advice for women who developed Vaginal Graft Versus Host Disease following Bone Marrow Transplant
- Provide fertility treatment (where possible)
Who can contact us?
- Anyone who has diagnosis of cancer and is going to have treatment that could give a good long term prognosis, but might affect fertility.
- Parents of teenage and young adults (14 – 25yrs).
EXPERTS IN THE FIELD
- We have a dedicated team that is led by a renowned expert in the field of fertility preservation and very high successful IVF treatment.
- Affordable cost
- Continuity of care by dedicated named staff easily accessible for advice.
What to do next?
- Contact us for more information by emailing: email@example.com