Fertility Preservation and Treatments
Impact of Cancer Treatment on Fertility
When you receive a cancer diagnosis, getting better is your main focus. Yet the beneficial cancer treatment you receive may also make it difficult or impossible to conceive a pregnancy later.
Before starting any cancer treatment, talk with your oncologist (cancer doctor) about whether the planned therapy could affect your reproductive health and fertility. It’s good to understand these effects, even if you are undecided about becoming a parent after treatment ends.
Exceptional Cancer-Related Fertility Care
Every patient is different. Your options for fertility preservation will depend upon many factors. We are experts in assisted reproductive methods to help women and men protect their fertility before cancer treatment begins. If you already had cancer therapy, we can identify and provide infertility treatments that may be appropriate for you.
Our reproductive endocrinologists will explain your options, guide and support you through the fertility preservation or infertility treatment process. These providers have agreed to schedule immediate consultations with our cancer patients. Our patient navigators can also help with scheduling.