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The IVF Fertility Blog

Fertility Preservation Through Embryo Cryopreservation

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

In a fresh Conventional IVF, only quality embryos are transferred directly to the woman’s uterus for hopeful implantation into her uterine lining. Today, many couples are preserving their future fertility using IVF technology coupled with embryo cryopreservation. After a fresh IVF cycle, quality embryos are cryopreserved for future Frozen Embryo Transfer (FET) procedures.

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Topics: Fertility Preservation

Preserving Fertility for Children Exposed to Chemo

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

Receiving a cancer diagnosis for a child is one of the most difficult things a family can deal with. Even when there is a high success rate for treatment, there are often lingering questions about how chemotherapy can impact the child’s life down the line. There are options for fertility preservation the future fertility of children exposed to chemotherapy. Knowing your options prior to your child starting chemo treatment can help you to make well informed decisions about your his/her care.

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Preserving Fertility For Children Diagnosed With Cancer

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

To learn your child has cancer is devastating. There are many things to understand and process, including how treating the cancer will impact their lives down the line. One particular concern is how to preserve fertility in children with cancer. Taking fertility preservation steps in children prior to chemotherapy or radiation treatment can help to ensure that he/she is able to have biological children in adulthood.

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How to Preserve Your Fertility While Treating Lymphoma

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

Treating lymphoma properly is necessary to beat the disease and to return to your health. Unfortunately, treating lymphoma can cause infertility in both men and women. Therefore, treating lymphoma and fertility preservation go hand in hand. Before you begin your treatment, there are several things you should consider. 

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Topics: Fertility Preservation, fertilty, lymphoma

Preparing for Breast Cancer Treatment - Fertility Preservation Options

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

Preparing for breast cancer treatment means different things for different people. Some individuals use the time to handle time off from work or to create a financial plan. For women with a breast cancer diagnosis who want to have children, preparing for breast cancer treatment also means considering methods of fertility preservation. Fertility preservation is a way for women to protect their eggs during cancer treatment so that they are able to have their own biological children in the future.

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Breast Cancer and its Affect on Fertility - How to Preserve Your Fertility

Posted by New Hope Fertility Center

Breast cancer treatment has a number of effects on the body. While cancer treatment can defeat the cancerous cells within the body, treatment can have a number of side effects. Treatment for breast cancer and fertility concerns go hand in hand. Unfortunately, the same medications that destroy cancer cells can also impede a woman’s ability to get pregnant in the future. Therefore, it is important to consider fertility preservation before starting treatment. 

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Topics: Fertility, Fertility Preservation, cancer

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