Male infertility is an inability to produce healthy sperm or to ejaculate sperm. Although sperm production usually recovers after cancer treatment, you should discuss the risks of infertility with
Some women find that cancer treatment affects or damages their fertility. For some of these women, once treatment ends, natural conception and childbearing are no longer options. It is important
You may be wondering if your insurance will pay for fertility preservation procedures. Unfortunately, this is a new niche in medicine and therefore, coverage is limited.
1. What is the difference between infertility and premature ovarian failure? Premature ovarian failure is one cause of female infertility. Premature ovarian failure means
The emotional toll can be particularly challenging for those whose future fertility is threatened by the very medications and procedures that were meant to save their lives. Sadness, loss, anger,
Some women who go through cancer treatment find that they can't have children afterward. It is important to identify your risk for infertility before treatment starts and take steps to preserve your
MyOncofertility.org is a patient education resource provided by the Oncofertility Consortium. This website provides information and tools to educate young adults about fertility preservation options
Assessing how certain treatments could affect future fertility is an important part of cancer care. This chart represents a compilation of clinical experience and published data about the effect of