Where to obtain sperm cryopreservation services for cancer patients

At NTMIC Sperm Lab, we help men in Frisco, Texas, start or continue their family. Whether patients are considering infertility screenings or want to preserve their sperm for future children, Dr. Jeffrey Buch and his team can assist. This includes male fertility preservation with sperm cryopreservation for cancer patients.

Sperm Cryopreservation for Cancer Patients in Frisco TX Area

How can cancer affect a male patient’s sperm?

Male patients with cancer may experience changes in their sperm due to the effects of cancer treatment. Some of the common treatments for cancer, such as chemotherapy and radiation therapy, are known to damage the DNA in sperm cells or decrease one’s sperm count. That can lead to a decrease in fertility or even infertility. This is because chemotherapy drugs work by attacking rapidly dividing cells in the body, including healthy cells in the reproductive system. Radiation therapy can also damage sperm cells directly.

Will cancer treatments affect my sperm?

Not all cancer treatments have the same effect on sperm. For example, some hormonal therapies may not have a direct impact on sperm production but may affect other factors, such as libido and sexual function. Some surgeries for testicular cancer may also affect sperm production.

How can I preserve my fertility during cancer treatment?

Sperm cryopreservation, also known as sperm freezing, is a popular and reliable method of preserving sperm for future use. It includes the collection of a semen sample from the male and freezing it in liquid nitrogen at ultra-low temperatures. This process effectively stops the biological clock and allows the sperm to be stored for long periods without damage or harm. It can be used later for fertility treatments, including in vitro fertilization (IVF) or intrauterine insemination (IUI).

What are the benefits of sperm cryopreservation for cancer patients?

Sperm cryopreservation offers peace of mind and a sense of control for cancer patients who may be facing potential infertility due to their treatment. It allows men to have the option of starting or continuing their family in the future. By freezing the sperm, men can leave behind a legacy.

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How long can sperm be stored with cryopreservation?

A male’s sperm can be stored for many years with cryopreservation. In fact, there have been cases of sperm being successfully thawed and used for fertility treatments even after decades of storage with this method. This means cancer patients who undergo chemotherapy or radiation therapy at a young age still have the opportunity to become fathers later on in their lives. It is safe, effective, and affordable.

Schedule time to speak to Dr. Jeffrey Buch and his team about male fertility preservation services

If you are a male who is considering sperm cryopreservation to protect your sperm during cancer treatments and start or continue your family in the future, we invite you to talk to our team at NTMIC Sperm Lab of Frisco, TX. We are located at 5757 Warren Parkway, Suite 110-B, and can be reached by dialing (972) 616-4477 .

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