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Oncofertility & Medical Fertility Preservation

Suppose you are planning to begin cancer treatment, such as chemotherapy, radiation, or another medical treatment that could potentially harm your reproductive system. In that case, you may want to consider medical fertility preservation. Oncofertility is the process of preserving fertility before medical treatments that could potentially harm your current fertility level.

Fertility Preservation as You Prepare for Cancer Treatment

Fertility preservation can also be used preemptively if there is a family or personal history of cancer (especially ovarian cancer) or the presence of other high-risk conditions, such as endometriosis or a family history of premature menopause. Our team will work with you and your oncology/medical team to preserve your current fertility as expeditiously as possible before beginning cancer treatment. Due to the time-sensitive nature of cancer treatment, oncofertility appointments at AFMC can often be scheduled same-day or next-day.

They are preserving sperm before sterilization or genetic damage that may result from cancer treatments (oncofertility). For backup, should a male partner be unable to collect or be out of town on the day that sperm are needed for IUI or IVF treatment Before a vasectomy?

Due to the often urgent timing of cancer treatment, the team at the AFMC expedites this fertility care process. Oncofertility patients are usually seen same-day or next-day to begin treatment as quickly as possible. Our dedicated Oncofertility team provides coordinated and expedited care between the fertility and oncology physician teams.

Preserving sperm before sterilization or genetic damage that may result from cancer treatments (oncofertility) For backup, should a male partner be unable to collect or be out of town on the day that sperm are needed for IUI or IVF treatment Before a vasectomy

Fertility Preservation Specialists By Your Side

Preserving sperm before sterilization or genetic damage that may result from cancer treatments (oncofertility) For backup should a male partner be unable to collect or be out of town on the day that sperm are needed for IUI or IVF treatment Before a vasectomy

With individualized, compassionate care always a priority, our experienced clinical team will review your options and expectations with you to provide a thorough understanding of the treatments available through the facility and its support network.

The center’s team of highly respected, board-certified physicians and embryologists are uniquely qualified to offer you the latest treatments in fertility preservation that can offer hope and provide the ability to safeguard your future fertility.

Choosing Financial Assistance Programs and Assessment of Your Insurance Coverage

Your needs as a patient are our top priority. We know that those facing a difficult diagnosis are already under high strain. The expert finance team will guide you through the financial aspects of fertility preservation. You will receive a dedicated financial coordinator to assist you with insurance and payment matters upon scheduling an appointment. We aim to provide you with as many supplementary resources as possible to reduce the financial burden during this stressful time.

Your Options and Safety

Preserving sperm before sterilization or genetic damage that may result from cancer treatments (oncofertility) For backup should a male partner be unable to collect or be out of town on the day that sperm are needed for IUI or IVF treatment Before a vasectomy.

The multi-disciplinary team at AFMC is built on a foundation of hope. It is designed to meet the needs of men and women like you who have been diagnosed with cancer and aspire to secure an opportunity to build a family post-cancer treatment. Through unparalleled quality patient care and demonstrated excellence in advanced medical technologies, the team is committed to changing lives today and creating the opportunity for parenthood in years to come.

After cancer treatment, human reproduction can be compromised. AFMC can provide a variety of procedures for after-cancer treatment when fertility concerns regarding early menopause may arise. Eggs can be frozen without fertilization or fertilized in the lab to create embryos and then frozen. Both options can provide women with the comfort and confidence of knowing that even after cancer treatment, they can preserve their ability to have their biological children in the future.

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