There are many reasons why women and men choose to delay creating a family. CNY Fertility Center is here to assist with egg, embryo, and sperm freezing. Whether you are looking to pursue your life goals before beginning your family or just aren’t ready to start yet, let us help you preserve your fertility and provide peace of mind for later. View pricing for fertility preservation here.
Cancer & Fertility Preservation:
If you’ve been diagnosed with cancer at an early age, then one of your first concerns may be your fertility. Although you may not be sure you want to have children, many people at least want to have the option. Cancer, and its treatments, can sometimes narrow your options or raise doubts about whether having kids is the right thing for you. The good news is that, in most cases, men and women facing cancer can still become parents.
It is important to know your options before you begin treatment for your cancer. You may be able to save or protect your fertility before or during treatment. This can prepare you for the future when your eggs or sperm may no longer be viable. Even if you aren’t sure that you want to be a parent at this point in your life, it’s good to have the option. The best advice we can give you is to stay positive and open to any opportunity that may come your way. Keep this ideal in mind and you will be on your way to recovery as well as a happier life.
NOTE: At CNY Fertility Center we understand the emotional impact of being diagnosed with cancer, as well as the added concerns about your future family building efforts. We are here to assist you and will see clients diagnosed with cancer on very short notice. Whether your insurance covers fertility preservation costs or not, we will help you find a way to cover the costs. Call us today at 800-539-9870 or fill out our consultation request form here.
The options below should be carefully discussed with your doctor before you begin treatment for cancer. When making a decision to preserve your fertility, you may want to include your spouse/partner in the discussion. When facing cancer, a woman’s parenthood options include: