Safeguarding your fertility from cancer treatment (such as chemotherapy or radiation) is an important consideration for many diagnosed with cancer. Learn more about egg freezing, embryo freezing and ovarian tissue freezing, three safe ways to be proactive about your future family building.
What is Movember and why does it matter in family building? Dr. Spencer Richlin explains what we should know about Movember, shares the top three health concerns facing men, and what to do to take control of your physical and mental health.
Egg freezing, sperm freezing, embryo cryopreservation, and hormone therapy are some of the best ways to preserve your fertility after receiving a cancer diagnosis. You have options to preserve your fertility before treatment and even ways to help afterward.
Many millennials are making the choice to delay parenthood, but they may be missing out on their most reproductive years. Lisa Rosenthal of Reproductive Medicine Associates of Connecticut addresses this topic and stresses the importance of having realistic expectations about future fertility.
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Lisa Schuman, LCSW, RMACT's Director of Mental Health, shares her take on the most recent New York Times article about egg freezing, including research she found from her own studies on the same topic.