Fertility Treatment

Sperm Freezing

Sperm freezing or technically sperm cryopreservation is the process of collecting and freezing sperm in liquid nitrogen for some future use.  Sperm can remain preserved in liquid nitrogen for decades maintaining its integrity for when you are ready to start your family.


Why Freeze Your Sperm?

The Top Reasons to Freeze Sperm

  • Cancer

    Many men turn to sperm freezing as a way to preserve their fertility prior to undergoing fertility damaging chemotherapy.

  • Occupational Risk

    For those in high-risk occupations where the chances of sterility are of serious concern.

  • Postponing Fatherhood

    Though fertility rates drop later in life than women, a man’s fertility does decline with age.

  • Upcoming Vasectomy

    Many choose to take a little insurance policy out prior to a vasectomy in case they later decide to expand their family.

  • Out of Town Fertility Treatment

    Perhaps the most frequently used reason for preservation. Many men freeze their sperm as they will be unavailable to be at the office when needed during their partner’s treatment.

  • Other Surgeries

    Some surgeries pose a risk to a man’s reproductive system.

How It Works?

Sperm Freezing Process

  • Schedule An Appointment

    Simple fill out the form here or give us a call at 844-315-2229

  • Collection

    After briefly meeting with a provider to answer any and all of your questions you will be taken to a collection room. After depositing your sample, it will be taken to our andrology lab, cleaned, concentrated, and frozen in a liquid nitrogen bath.

  • Use it

    Whenever you’re ready, whether it’s a month or two decades. Your sperm will be sitting here waiting for you. And don’t worry – sperm can be frozen for decades (perhaps indefinitely) with very little effect on its quality.

Where It Happens . . .

Sperm freezing with us takes place at one of our offices.  We can also send a kit directly to your home for you to collect and subsequently ship it back to our office for freezing.