Information for Patients: I Have Completed Cancer Treatment
What are the basics I need to know?
I haven't started my cancer treatment.
How can I preserve my fertility?
My Cancer Treatment
How does fertility preservation fit in?
I have completed cancer treatment.
What should I consider now?
The future of Oncofertiliy
What is on the horizon?
What is IVF?
What are donor eggs?
What is donor sperm?
What should I expect when I start trying to get pregnant?
As a woman, how can I get some measure of my current fertility?
I am a woman that has been treated for cancer-does that mean I'm infertile?
How can women assess the impact cancer treatment has had on their fertility?
Is it possible to have a pregnancy with ovarian insufficiency?
Is it possible to have a biological child if I've had a hysterectomy?
Is pregnancy safe after chemotherapy?
Does pregnancy put me at a higher risk of cancer relapse?
As a female, how do I cope with infertility, or the prospect of it?
As a man, how can I get some measure of my current fertility?
I am a man that has been treated for cancer-does that mean I'm infertile?
What is the difference between impotence and infertility?
What can I do if I have low sperm count, no sperm, or damaged sperm?
What is damaged sperm and how can it impact the chances for successful fertilization?
How is a man's sexual response affected by cancer and cancer treatment?
As a male, how do I cope with infertility, or the prospect of it?
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