- If you are considering fertility preservation you should organise an appointment with us.
- This initial appointment gives you the opportunity to discuss your personal circumstances, become informed about the risks to your fertility, and learn about different fertility-protecting and fertility-preserving options. It also helps establish the contact with your fertility specialist. After the cancer or other fertility-compromising treatment has been completed, you will need to have your ongoing potential fertility and hormonal issues assessed and managed. You may also wish to consider other future options, such as donor sperm or donor eggs.
- We will take a medical history, arrange any necessary investigations (including blood tests and ultrasound assessment of the ovaries) and arrange a counselling referral