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Fertility preservation is the cryopreservation of human reproductive tissue to be used later for in vitro fertilization therapies or intra uterine insemination. Fertility can be affected by a number of different factors, including disease, lifestyle, career, or age. Preserving reproductive tissues is an option for men, women and children to enjoy parenthood at later stage.

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Fertility preservation is the cryopreservation (freezing) of human reproductive tissue to be used later for in vitro fertilization (IVF) therapies or intra uterine insemination (IUI). With the use of liquid nitrogen, human tissues such as semen, oocytes (eggs), and embryos (fertilized eggs) are frozen at temperatures exceeding 350 degrees (Fahrenheit) below freezing and stored in specially designed tanks. When the patient is ready to begin a family, the tissues will be shipped to an IVF clinic, thawed, and used in a procedure by a licensed IVF doctor to impregnate the woman.

Cryopreservation of Ooctye, Embryo and Sperm

Cryopreservation of Ooctye, Embryo and Sperm

Fertility Preservation is typically used by patients concerned about their future fertility. Fertility can be affected by a number of different factors, including disease, lifestyle, career, or age. The ability to preserve reproductive tissues is a great option and often recommended by doctors for cancer patients, military personnel, high impact athletes, and transgender clients. Fertility Preservation (FP) services can provide women, men and children an opportunity to conceive later in life after they overcome health or personal issues that may affect their fertility. These complications may include disease (i.e. cancer, lupus, etc.), reproductive problems (i.e. ovarian cysts), or side effects caused by treatment (i.e. chemotherapy). Others may look to fertility preservation to prolong or defer their ability to conceive for a variety of reasons such as concerns about age, carrier, lack of a life partner, or a family history of early menopause.

Regardless of the causes of infertility, cryopreservation and cryostorage are advances in the medical field that allow patients another attempt at having a family, an option that is priceless to many who have practically given up on raising children. Fertility preservation treatments must be tailored to the individual circumstances and integrated with the treatment regimen. Close coordination between the treating physician and the reproductive endocrinologist is the key to preserving family-building options for infertile patients.

The Blossom Fertility and IVF Centre based in Surat, Gujarat, India offers advanced reproductive technologies specific to fertility preservation that include egg freezing (oocyte cryopreservation), ovarian tissue harvesting, embryo freezing or sperm banking. The clinic also considers and has the facility for oocyte and ovarian tissue cryopreservation.

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Each patient is unique. The impact of a given treatment on fertility can vary and so can the time available before starting life saving treatments. Patient age, marital status, personal wishes, religious and cultural constraints and prognosis may all affect decision making. Fertility preservation treatments must be tailored to the individual circumstances and integrated with the treatment regimen. The treating physician, reproductive endocrinologist and the patient must work as a team before opting for fertility preservation options. If you are at risk for infertility from cancer treatment, it’s important to take the time to think about the significance of parenting to you. Consider whether you want to be a parent some day. If so, think about whether having a child genetically related to you is important. Understanding how you feel about parenthood will help you decide whether to pursue preservation options or not.

Following treatment options for Fertility Preservation for women & men are available.

FERTILITY PRESERVATION OPTIONS FOR WOMEN

Cryopreservation

Thousands of births result each year from the use of frozen embryos. Egg (oocyte) freezing success has significantly improved and is now more readily available than it was just a few years ago. Current research on ovarian tissue cryopreservation is yielding exciting results. Ovarian tissue freezing offers the advantage of limited to no treatment delay, while other options unfortunately can cause treatment delay for some cancers. Many treatment plans for breast cancer do allow ample time for Fertility Preservation following surgery and prior to chemotherapy or radiation treatment.

Embryo Freezing

Embryo freezing is the most widely used Fertility Preservation method, and it is considered the best option for a patient who has an available sperm source. The limitations for use with oncology patients include treatment delay (between two to six weeks), the potential risk of estrogen exposure for those patients with estrogen-sensitive tumors, and the need for a male partner or other sperm source. Once eggs are mature from the medications, doctors will remove them in an outpatient surgical procedure. The procedure is done vaginally with an aspirating needle, so there are no incisions or scars from the treatment. Once removed, the eggs will be fertilized in the lab with sperm to create embryos. The embryos that develop successfully will be frozen for the future use. The entire process can take up to one month. Though the embryo freezing process is costly, the success of live birth is high.

Egg, sperm and Embryo Banking Facility at Blossom IVF Surat

Egg, sperm and Embryo Banking Facility at Blossom IVF Surat

Egg Freezing (Ooctye cryopreservation)

Oocyte storage is the storage of a woman’s frozen oocytes for future use. To collect oocytes, women are often administered fertility drugs to stimulate the ovaries into producing more eggs. The eggs can then be used for different types of fertilization methods, or frozen and stored for future treatment cycles. If eggs are to be stored, they are cryopreserved by either the vitrification technique or the more conventional slow-freeze method and transferred to liquid nitrogen-filled tanks for long-term preservation. Egg (oocyte) cryopreservation had long been labeled experimental, but the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM) lifted the experimental label in 2012. Studies found that in young patients, egg freezing techniques have been shown to produce pregnancy rates leading to the birth of healthy babies, comparable to IVF cycles using fresh eggs. In Egg (oocyte) freezing there is no sperm source required at the time of freezing.

Ovarian Tissue Cryopreservation – Option for Pre-Pubscent Girls

The main Fertility Preservation option for young girls is to freeze ovarian tissue. These young patients can have a laparoscopic procedure done where a small piece of the cortex of the ovary is removed. The cortex is very rich in follicles containing immature eggs. This biopsy specimen is then frozen for the patient’s future use. This procedure can be quickly performed and does not delay chemotherapy. It can and has been performed in very young girls, and chemotherapy can actually be started the next day, no delay to treatment. Years down the road when a female has been cured of her cancer and wants to consider having a family, this ovarian tissue can be thawed and re-implanted, with the hope that it will then produce mature eggs from which pregnancy can occur. A second potential use of the tissue is to attempt to grow the ovarian tissue, in an in vitro environment, and harvest mature oocytes for fertilization and embryo production followed by transfer of the embryos to the female. Both of these processes are considered experimental, but there have been multiple reported births from the use of cryopreserved ovarian tissue followed by re-implantation, worldwide.

Ovarian Transportation – Option for Pre-Pubscent Girls

One entire ovary is removed surgically and the outer surface (cortex) which contains the eggs is frozen in strips for later use. Women who are survivors of some types of cancer can have pieces of the tissue thawed and transplanted back. A number of pregnancies have resulted from using this technique. New techniques are still experimental but may be the best option for woman who must start their treatments immediately. In an Ovarian transposition surgeons can move the ovaries away from the area receiving radiation therapy. The goal of the surgery is to move the ovaries within the pelvis where they can still function, but will be out of the way of harmful radiation. This technique will not give protection against the effects of chemotherapy.

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Different methods of Fertility Preservation

Different methods of Fertility Preservation

FERTILITY PRESERVATION OPTIONS FOR MEN

Sperm Banking/ Cryopreservation

Sperm cryopreservation or sperm freezing is a method for men to preserve their sperm and store it in a bank for future use. Many medical treatments, including several cancer therapies, can damage sperm quality, which is why you may choose to freeze your sperm before receiving the medical treatment. Although there is no information about how long frozen sperm can remain effective, sperm twenty years or older have been used successfully in pregnancies. Sperm freezing allows this sperm to be used in the future in fertility treatments, such as intra uterine insemination (IUI) or in vitro fertilization (IVF). Patients are usually referred to the andrology laboratory for sperm cryopreservation by their doctor.

Testicular Sperm Extraction

Testicular sperm extraction (TESE) is possible for men before or after cancer treatments who have reached puberty and who do not have mature sperm in their semen. If you did not bank your sperm prior to starting cancer treatments and currently have no sperm in your ejaculate, there may still be sperm in your testicular tissue that can be used with in vitro fertilization (IVF) to try to have a child. If sperm cells are found, they are removed and used immediately or frozen for future use with IVF and ICSI.

Testicular Tissue Freezing – Option for Pre-Pubscent Boys

Testicular tissue freezing is an outpatient procedure where testicular tissue is surgically removed and frozen for future use. When needed, the testicular tissue is thawed and then evaluated in an attempt to locate and retrieve sperm cells of varying degrees of maturity which may be used in combination with Intra Cytoplasmic Sperm Injection (ICSI). When testicular tissue banking is used for young boys, the tissue is obtained by biopsy and frozen for future use. This method is considered experimental, with no live births as yet, but may be the best possible option for pre-pubescent boys in the future.

Radiation Shielding

With radiation shielding, special shields are placed over one or both of the testicles during radiation treatments, which helps reduce the risk of damage to your fertility. Success rates vary based on the radiation fields and anatomy. Radiation shielding does not protect against chemotherapy.

Preserving Fertility In Children Diagnosed With Cancer

Parents of children diagnosed with cancer often do not think about Fertility Preservation. The majority of children treated for cancer can now expect to be cured. Recent advances in assisted reproduction have focused attention on the long-term fertility outcome for these survivors. While many of these procedures are still considered experimental, over the years the results will be encouraging. The advancements today are occurring at a rapid pace. In boys and girls testicular tissue and ovarian tissue can be preserved for future fertility options.

Store your future Fertility with Blossom IVF and Infertility Clinic

Store your future Fertility with Blossom IVF and Infertility Clinic

It is important that discussions regarding Fertility Preservation begin at diagnosis. The procedures listed above have varying risks and side effects. Some options may not be recommended for certain types of cancer or disease. There may also be treatments available that have a smaller risk of infertility. It is important to discuss these procedures with your physician and your insurance provider since they may be expensive and not covered by insurance.

The decision to pursue fertility treatment is never easy. That is why you need a fertility center with the proven ability to succeed – a trusted partner that delivers results to thousands of patients every year. The Blossom Fertility and IVF Centre is committed in helping parents achieve parenthood with the help of all the latest ART technology including IVF, ICSI, TESA, MESA, Assisted Hatching, Egg donation, sperm donation, egg and semen cryopreservation, Embryo freezing and Surrogacy. Our expertise in fertility treatment and cutting edge technology has helped majority of our patients achieve pregnancy.

If you are thinking about fertility preservation, you can visit our website at http://www.blossomivfindia.com/ or fix up an appointment with one of our fertility specialists at +91 261 2470444

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