We at Reproductive Health Group believe that if a person wants to conceive a child and begin, or extend, their family, then they should have the ability to do so.
However, in some cases, this ability may be compromised due to a change in circumstances or upcoming treatments that can affect fertility.
While the news that your fertility may be affected in some way can be devastating, this does not necessarily mean that you will be unable to achieve pregnancy if you wish to.
This is why we choose to offer fertility preservation treatment, which will mean that your fertility can be preserved before it is affected.
How does fertility preservation work?
Preserving fertility is usually done by collecting samples of a person’s fertility, such as a sperm sample, eggs or, in some cases, an embryo.
This will be done before any external circumstances take affect, and will mean that the samples can be frozen and saved in our high-quality laboratories for use later in life, when the patient feels ready to start their family.
This preservation treatment can then be paired with other procedures such as IVF, in order to make reaching your pregnancy goals possible.